Zleep Hotel Ishoj
Travel Blogs from Ishoej
... what can you do?
Hop on the bus and write.
See? You will have 6 entires in one hit now!
Nope didn't write at all. I slept for a while, and then met a lovely girl from Germany.
One of the few people I have met who not only know where Tasmania is, but has been there!! Yay! One point to Tassie!
We got talking about her trip to Australia and I like what she did. She did the outbacknd country...got to know the ...
... Our next stop was Amalienborg Castle which is the home of the Danish royal family. It was a very unpretentious square with buildings that were beautiful, as all Danish architecture is, but not very castle-like. The professor at this location told us of how the Danish royal family is loved by the country with a 70-90% approval rating. He also explained that there is not any mania surrounding the family and that the princess rides her bike to pick up ...
... was open. We continued on to Christiania.
At one point in time, part of this island was a military area, but then they abandoned it. During the 70s housing crisis, locals were upset about all this great land being empty, and they just sort of moved in. Today, it is still a hippie community full of artistic types. It also has a "green light district" where pot is openly sold in stores. Everything was shut down when we walked through, but we did get a feel for ...
... believe that this often gives you rights to boast having had a more full
experience than tourists who have visited the same places, but have stuck
mostly to things more familiar and comfortable (like tours by American
companies, McDonalds, etc.). This isn't a bad thing necessarily; but I prefer
being a traveler, and in my own self-evaluation, I pass the class summa cum. The
rest of today was spent berthing everything in, and though I ...