Hotel Maritime

Address: Peder Skrams Gade 19, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1054, Denmark | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Gammelholms area of Copenhagen, is near New Harbor (Nyhavn), DFDS Canal Tours, and Holmens Kirke.
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    Travel Blogs from Copenhagen

    Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by kathypender on Jun 27, 2015

    28 photos

    ... used against the English in 1807. We then walked around to the little mermaid statue. The Little Mermaid (Den Lille Havfrue) is a surprisingly small landmark, commissioned by the brewery magnate, Carl Jacobsen in 1909. The statue was created in 1913 by Edvard Eriksen, who used his wife Eline as the model. This statue of the heroine of Andersen’s fairy tale, Little Mermaid, perched on a rock in Copenhagen harbour, has been staring out to ...

    I am in Europe!

    A travel blog entry by holly.hixson on Jun 20, 2015

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    ... in the sound of birds chirping (you can actually hear them in the city) and the absence of cars zooming around, second, the city is so diverse! There are so many different streets of different shapes and forms and they don't really make sense to me yet but there is also such a mixture between concrete and cobblestone; by the way biking on cobblestone is basically the worst. Although a part of me wishes I could fill all the cracks, I absolutely love the aesthetic of cobblestone. ...

    Danish Lunch

    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 20, 2015

    Day 2: Saturday June 20th. Lunch

    Our trip has a local "mom and dad" duo, Henrik and Eva, who are just the kindest, coolest, most knowledgeable guides we could possibly have. They invited us all to a traditional Danish lunch with fresh baked bread, cured meats, smoked fish open face sandwiches, pate, potatoes, and sugared strawberries. Each course was laid on the table with specific instructions.. so we can now eat in public ...

    Amsterdam 2.0 // Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by absabroad on Jan 08, 2015

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    ... time, much of the novelty of the city had worn off but I enjoyed catching up on what I missed out on the first time.

    Soon enough we moved onto Copenhagen, our final stop before beginning study in Lund. Truth be told we didn't really see much of the city, but it's such a short ride from Lund we'll definitely be back in future. We spent most our time recovering from the last 2 months and getting ready for ...

    Copenhagen - All a girl could dream of

    A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... to find the stupid bus we gave up and redirected our day. Instead we went to Christiania which is a "free country" in that it doesn't comply to any Danish or European laws despite being right in the middle of Copenhagen. Once an old Navy base once it became unused in the 60's all the hippies moved in and made it theirs. It is a really odd place, quiet, no traffic, relaxed, marijuana sold freely, a lot of drug dealer tents (which is completely ...