Zleep Hotel Ishoj
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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the fjords and a museum of some of the history. Cruising back down the fjord while dinning was another great experience. The highlight day of our cruise, despite the weather! Kristiansand: our last port of call was very different to the rest being a typical small city set amongst many small Islands and known as a summer holiday area for the locals, beaches included. We walked into the town via a park, water fountains colourful flowered apartments, and again the mainly ...
... I couldn't wait to get stuck in. There were only four of us on the tour. Three Americans and little Birte. Our guide was called Maria. The market halls were in the old market square of CH. It started in 1889 and was near where the city wall used to start. Stalls were set up at the market and local produce was sold. As you can imagine, the growing season in Denmark is very short and not a lot of produce was grown. However, it was of high quality. Plus the coastal climate supported ...
... tattoo - but a kind smile when they frolick on the seesaw with their massive weight on one end, and try to balance it with two tiny girls on the other end. By Odin!
This does remind me of a PhD thesis called Saharasia, which - among other things - indicates that the areas in the world with the greatest equality between men and women, are northwest Europe and the islands in the southern Pacific.
Here we see living proof for one of these ...
... and explore.
Some really funky buildings, and if you venture off the tourist trail its a really interesting city, I did this as I was relying on my phone for directions and so visited some very unusual parts of Copenhagen. There are some really nice parts but some that look quite poor!
Anyway in short, liked Kiel better, so for me not so wonderful, although it is a pretty city in parts. Did reset the sat nav tho, so ...
... stand to benefit the most from them, and to build political and social structures that reinforce the status quo. I love the idea that the hullaballoo on gentrification (though yes, there is reason to have concerns and be careful to be mindful of existing populations in gentrifying neighborhoods) is a distraction from the much bigger issue of getting more resources into the growing pile of cities that are growing more stratified and more disenfranchised. Like Baltimore.