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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Maritime Copenhagen
Copenhagen is an expensive city, and accommodation not cheap. This hotel is very basic, and we shared 4 to a room. The bathroom is almost as big at the bedroom, but the beds were very comfortable, and we were warm as toast.
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Checked into our digs yesterday, showered and changed (magic after such a long day), and started a bit of exploring. First stop was Nyhaven, the port featured in all the picture postcards you see of Copenhagen... It's a narrow canal, with old sailing ships, and colourful buildings. A stroll along here, to find they are all restaurants, somewhere we …
... to work for them, but makes everything so expensive for me.
Tuesday, we went to the Botanical Gardens, which was beautiful. I loved how quiet and peaceful the atmosphere was. There were so many different kinds of plants, it was incredible. Then from there we went to Tivoli, which was completely redesigned for Halloween. It reminded of a combination of Iron Kettle and Knoebels, which ...
... br> Since the weather is relatively nice (aka not raining!) we decided to take the canal boat tour included with our "Hop" ticket. We caught the boat that did not stop along the way and enjoyed a relaxing hour tour. Before going back to the hotel, we rode the bus to the city square and stopped at the Hard Rock Café to get pins. From there it was faster to walk to our hotel than ride the bus around.
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... 23rd and we had a wonderful meal last night - I had lobster and Peter had Wild Boar belly. He said it was the best pork belly he has had. We went for a run/walk this morning as we were feeling the need to move a bit quicker and it was great to explore the local area. There are statues of anyone and everyone who has a history or importance to this country. There is one every 100 metres or so. Everywhere you look in Copenhagen there are cranes and ...
... from the turn of the 20th century. A tower of nearly 350 feet dominates the redbrick building. The tower has a beautiful clock on all four faces. Above the west entry door is a gilded statue of Absalon, a 12th Century archbishop from Denmark. It is very impressive because of its size and detail.
At the corner of the Town Hall is a large statue of Hans Christian Andersen, one of Denmark's sons. A crowd of ...