Zleep Hotel Ishoj
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This afternoon a few of our friends and us went to a farmers market type place in Christianshavn. It seemed to be an old hanger with a whole bunch of little places to buy food, ice cream, and coffee. Some of the places were trucks transformed to cook and sell food, and others ...
... Early dinner was taken at a lovely Italian (yes we've done it again Michael) restaurant across the street so we did not have to battle the tourists. Sunday 17th August Today dawned raining..just as Jean likes it. Well, not the rain, but little direct sun so as we had planned the Vikingship museum out of town, this was just the weather for indoors. We trained it about 30 minutes in a fast regional train and used the final day of our Eurail passes to Roskilde and walked ...
... r og laver :)
Hilsen Jette :D
Ps. You guys who don't understand danish.. well.. you just have to use google translate if you wanna know what I'm up to! cuz there's a bunch of people who are going to read this that aren't very good at english so.. I'll keep it in danish ...
... control of the city by Denmark's ruler Valdemar the Great, with instructions to expand the settlement into a key port in the king’s realm. A fort was built on Slotsholmen, the small island upon which Christiansborg Palace now stands, and, buoyed by its fishing business and excellent trading position, the town grew tenfold in size. Havn soon became Kømandshavn (Merchant’s Port) – which was later shortened to its current Danish name, København. ...
After a fight for the showers in the morning, Brittany and I had breakfast together at the hostel lounge. At 65 DKK (~$13) it's was rather expensive but it's an all you can eat buffet with fresh bread, fruit, cereal, deli meats and cheeses and of course Nutella to put on your bread. It was pretty enjoyable. It was close to 10.45am so I left Brittany to join the free walking tour which began at the hostel. Our tour guide was an Australian who had fell in ...