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TravelPod Member ReviewsDGI-byens Hotel Copenhagen
I show up in a wheelchair, the room is booked as accessible, I get to the room and it has a bath. I go back and complain, They give me a room with a wheel in shower. How hard is it to get this stuff right the first time. Otherwise our stay was pleasant. The place has the feel of student accommodation, but everything is there and the internet is free. The little fat statues are very interesting
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... from the king. Originally there were gardens and some rides. There were also performances in a theater and band stands. At night, the park was illuminated. This original philosophy is still prevalent today.
The place was decorated for Halloween. It was great for taking night pictures!!! Everything was lit up!!! There was hardly any spot in there that we didn’t go past. By this time, we were worn out and went back to get some sleep for ...
... were able to check our bags and were on our way to the gate. There was a VERY long line for security, then another fairly long line for passport checks...it was 10:30 am by the time we were actually heading to the gate.
The plane is very nice--a charger for cell phones with easy access, nice TV screen with all kinds of movies and tv shows. True test will be what they serve us for lunch. Princess has the bar set ...
... and over puddles trying to find this bakery we had seen at some point. I was desperate to try a real Danish pastry (preferably cherry) while in Denmark, and thought this place might have some. We finally found it, they didn't have Danishes, we bought some other ok-looking stuff and then it was back out into the soggy grey yonder to try to find our apartment. We found it, got upstairs and it promptly stopped raining. It's all well and good to only ...
... their bicycles and moved into cars. Before long the oil crisis of the 1980s occurred and the concept of “Car Free Sundays” was implemented. During that time the people of Copenhagen picked up their bicycles and started to discover their city and nature again. From that time until now, they never looked at the cars in the same way!
The planners and architects we met with provided so much information ...
... got to replace 5 O'clock WineO'clock with something !) and then move on to our Thai restaurant..
Happy hour - or Cosy Hour as they call it in this hotel - had a great theme - free wine !! the red was free but I had to buy a glass of white for Roz. My comment from before about expensive drinks was borne out - it was an NZ Sauvignon Blanc at DKK75 a glass. At an exchange rate of around 5 to 1, that makes it AUD$15 a glass ! Apropos that, my Spanish ...