Travel Blogs from Copenhagen, Denmark

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Klar til afgang..., Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Klar til afgang...

A travel blog entry by christiansen

Så har vi pakket og begiver os meget snart mod Kastrup Lufthavn. Det er så spændende det hele, vi glæder os rigtig meget. Foran os er 2 timer i luften til Milano, her har vi så to timer til at forberede os på den næsten 14 timers flyvertur til ...

Day 1 and 2, København, Denmark travel blog

Day 1 and 2

A travel blog entry by lchristopher12


... snowy day in København, which was a little unfortunate for the day's scheduled orientation. Today we participated in "DIScover Copenhagen", which was a full day outdoor scavenger hunt. We were given a little guide book made by DIS with the ...

Oh Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Oh Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by shawnandchris


... gave a great view of the different aspects of the city. Of course we went to see the little mermaid which was a must. I am working tomorrow and then we are off to Hamburg on Tuesday. Must say Copenhagen is a fantastic city and we both have loved ...

J'ai pas vu de grand race de chien..., Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

J'ai pas vu de grand race de chien...

A travel blog entry by frank__823


Une danoise.....hmmmmmmmmm et un grand café s.v.p. haha!! Bienvenue au royaume de la patisserie(bon sa va bien la barre d'espace sur mon clavier marche une fois sur 3....j'sens que sa va etre long ecrire cette entrée la!!!!). C'est decider, j'ai ...

Blanc i negre, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Blanc i negre

A travel blog entry by scastellvi


L'illa de Mons amaga un espectacle que, segons la gent d'aquí, és únic al món: té un penyassegat de guix de fins a 120 metres d'alt (que ja seria interessant per si sol) travessat per capes de pedres de sílex. (En les fotos es pot entendre el que ...

Sea Day - to Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Sea Day - to Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope

... diet now starts. We enjoyed a farewell cocktail just inside our balcony watching the lights of the various island communities of Denmark, passing under the large bridge connecting mainland Europe with Denmark, Norway, Sweden at 8.30 pm. We had 4m ...

Travelling Home, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Travelling Home

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

... to go visit, because it was the best opportunity to spend time with friends and to see a beautiful Scandinavian country. My flight from Copenhagen to Stockholm was easy, quick, and before I knew it, I was picking up my bags and checking them back in at ...

Day 77: All aboard the plague train, Copenhagen Region, Denmark travel blog

Day 77: All aboard the plague train

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... outside the bathroom. The end of the fifteen hour plague ride could not have come quick enough. We arrived to a mild and rainy Copenhagen. We did a quick scope out of the lounge, discovered an elevator with an 'I fart' button, and walked to our hostel. ...

Travel from London to Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Travel from London to Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope


August 26 Tuesday London to Copenhagen Another relaxing night enjoying our Harrods delicacy for supper and an early night all ready for our Scandinavian adventures for the next two weeks. While overcast it was not raining. Jeppesens always have a Plan ...

Chubby Chino Strikes Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Chubby Chino Strikes Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by nimby


... tells me "You know, this bar is underground too?"  Very cool. The next day, I do a final tour of Copenhagen.  I hit some sites, including Noma, Christianshavn and Vesterbro. Christianshavn is this commune in which squatters took over public ...

Copenhanging, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog


A travel blog entry by tanlyn


Following a week long Fulbright conference in Berlin, Zach Zeman, Emily Gutzmer and I set off for a weekend in Copenhagen. Both Zach and Emily attended Southwestern with me and are current English Teaching Assistants in Germany as well. Parallel lives for ...

Coping in Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Coping in Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by kelncre


... saw many of Copenhagen’s interesting sights, including the Opera House and the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.  Unfortunately, one of Copenhagen’s most famous sights was on loan to China for the Shanghai expo – the mermaid.  ...

KøBenhavn, Denmark; Brenem, Germany, Copenhagen,  Denmark travel blog

KøBenhavn, Denmark; Brenem, Germany

A travel blog entry by mmcfaddin


... is the happiest place in the world. Met Laura and Ann, who are visiting Laura's cousin. 3:45 a.m. 5-26, In KøBenhavn, Denmark. Went into an awesome cathedral. They were having candlelight singing. I just sat halfway back and watched and listened. I ...

Cologne/Hamburg/Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog


A travel blog entry by 2010trip


... incapable of anything but perfection, our departure from Hamburg was bridged by a several hour delay before leaving for Copenhagen, our current destination. Unfortunately there was no chocolate coconut balls served either. However despite the long ride, ...

Roadtrip to the White Cliffs (Mont Klint), Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Roadtrip to the White Cliffs (Mont Klint)

A travel blog entry by tom_white_5588


... , Alex, Steve, Barbara, Mary Beth, Omri, Melinda & Julie(Omri's friend from New York) had been on a roadtrip around Denmark in a 9-seater van identical to the one we had for Oktoberfest. They arrived back late on Monday night and were planning to ...

Episode 4, Copenhagen Region, Denmark travel blog

Episode 4

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear


... not impressed, but she was mighty glad I was only a stuffed toy and didn’t need to use one. After crossing into Denmark we continued up the west coast of Jutland.  Like the northern part of Germany the countryside continues to be fairly ...

Scandinavia Spring Break- Trip 2, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Scandinavia Spring Break- Trip 2

A travel blog entry by schipper


Copenhagen was the mid-way part of my trip and was a great time. It was a bit more commercialized and touristy than the other cities but I had an awesome hostel where I met a lot of cool people. The Nyhavn was beautiful and it was a really clean and ...

'Tis the Season...', Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

'Tis the Season...'

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... to Tivoli Gardens, the 2nd oldest theme park in the world, in City Hall Square, Daniel gave us a potted history of Denmark and Copenhagen. The city has had 5 catastrophes in its history and all have inevitably ended up in half the city burning down!! ...

Countdown, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog


A travel blog entry by ditte

Så er nedtællingen begyndt. Om kun 12 dage drager jeg ud i den store verden for at opleve en ...

I de sidste timer, Frederikssund, Denmark travel blog

I de sidste timer

A travel blog entry by sofieb


Igår var det juleaften - og det var det altså ! For ikke at gå glip af noget, har jeg kogt hele december måned ned til en enkelt uge. Det endte altså ud i julepynt, julemusik og juleaften midt i nobember, til hele familiens store ...

The City in the Sea, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

The City in the Sea

A travel blog entry by tmcclurg

... underneath the palace. The ruins date back to the 11th century when a castle was built in the same location, simultaneously founding Copenhagen as a city. Over the next 800 years there was some sort of royal palace built there. Once the family that is ...

Resting (Nathan), Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Resting (Nathan)

A travel blog entry by nateandglenn

... stuff I'd been neglecting. Glennica spent almost the entire day sleeping. We knew that we had very little time left to explore Denmark, and we were probably wasting a day that could be spent experiencing something new, but we were both exhausted, couldn't ...

Der er meget hyggligt!, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Der er meget hyggligt!

A travel blog entry by swdsull


... trace us back to the seventeenth century! He can trace his girls back to the sixteenth century in Sweden (which is very close to Copenhagen). I gave him the info I have for all of the new additions and those to come, but he’d be very grateful for ...

We've arrived!, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

We've arrived!

A travel blog entry by jagrant



Trespassing in Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Trespassing in Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by mylifesjourney


... ;s colony on the island across the bay was quaint, charming and more importantly, welcoming. A Funny Story I spent the afternoon in Copenhagen, but was feeling tired from staying out all night, the night before. I was walking back to the yacht for a nap ...

Sjuva, København, Denmark travel blog


A travel blog entry by renard


That is the Danish writing for 'chuva', Portuguese for 'rain'. And rain is pretty much what I've seen the most here. Since I landed in Europe, I've had seven rainy days in seven, some of them with random brief sunny spells. Anyway, things have improved a ...

New house Nørrebro, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

New house Nørrebro

A travel blog entry by danskgirl

We are in our 2nd apartment here already, 1st was bigger but boring neighbourhood (think Ballsbridge on a weekend ca. 1990) but 2nd neighbourhood much more alive think Georges St/Camden St in Dublin - and the day after we moved to apt. 2 I realised we ...

Copenhagen City Centre1, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Copenhagen City Centre1

A travel blog entry by danskgirl

Arrived 21:30 last night no hassle, airport train even less hassle then turn left out of Central Station & voila in Hotel district (also red light district incidently but it all seems grand). Went for a pretty expensive Indian which also seemed the ...

Copenhagen Xmas, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Copenhagen Xmas

A travel blog entry by danskgirl

Well its nearly Christmas .... The benefit of being from a small family means the whole shopping thing isn't so bad. I am so busy at work I haven't time to think about it anyway! Didn't even get round to sending Christmas cards but I don't think you ...

Cutting Corners, Costs and Calories, Copenhagen, Denmark travel blog

Cutting Corners, Costs and Calories

A travel blog entry by v1213


... . We cruised at 140-160km/h through most of Denmark (compared to only 140km/h in Germany), increasing to 180km/h close to Copenhagen. Hopefully the lines connecting these parts of the 2 countries will be upgraded in conjunction with the opening of the ...

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