Danhostel Hillerod

Lejrskolevej 4 , Hillerød, Zealand, 3400, Denmark | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Hillerød

To See Or Not To See Hamlet’s Castle

A travel blog entry by katlikesjam on Mar 22, 2014

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... we picked up some Danish beer, some nibbles and something that TB and I came to refer to as "flobberwobbers" which were basically very sweet sticky lumps of marshmallow gloop sat on a wafer encased in chocolate and covered in desiccated coconut. They are a bit messy, but utterly delicious.

After all the excitement of Kronborg Slot, beer and one too many sugary treats, it was time to call it a day and rest up in anticipation of another day’s adventuring. ...

Peeps come to Copenhagen!

A travel blog entry by kdraper on Oct 18, 2013

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... different tasks to becoming a Viking master. Dad struggled a little bit along the way but ended up conquering the monastery. I passed each task with flying colors but must have gotten a little overconfident because I failed to conquer Byzantium. In hindsight maybe it was a little bit too ambitious of a target. Thanks for nothing Thor. We also checked out the Copenhagen Museum which had exhibits on Kierkegaard, artifacts found underground in Copenhagen, and immigration in ...


A travel blog entry by flyingkiwi on Jul 22, 2013

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... this house painted rainbow which was cool. We walked down by the lake and hen out onto the road again and we headed back along the river to trevoli. We thought it might be closed but we walked all the way back and had to walked to the opposite side of the park to the gate.
Because it was closing soon they girl let us in for free which was nice cause it was quite expensive. We walked around looking at all the lights ...


A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Jul 13, 2013

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... of Our Lady or just Copenhagen's Cathedral) is a lovely building and a reminder that impressively designed buildings are nothing new for the Danes.

The Rundetårn was one of the last things on our "to-do" list for Copenhagen. As the name suggests, it is a round tower and one can walk right to the top without climbing any stairs! The viewing area offers panoramic views across the city and we could even see the imposing Øresund Bridge connecting Sweden and Denmark ...

A Father and Son take on Viking Country

A travel blog entry by cortrhys.ward on Jun 17, 2013

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... seven straight hours at Oslo airport. What a waste of a day. - Marty's going to have a fun time chasing up all this travel instance stuff. Things like our nights accommodation in Barca, airport transfer and the flight itself. July 1st: The 4am wake-up call broke my balls this morning but it was something we had to do, as we needed to be at the airport by 530am. We expected the airport to be relatively quiet, but how wrong we were. Combining the start of school holidays an the fact ...


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