Hotel Alexandra

Address: H.C. Andersens BouleVard 8, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1553, Denmark | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Nyrops area of Copenhagen, is near Copenhagen City Hall (Kobenhavns Radhus), Radhuspladsen, City Hall Square (Radhus Pladsen), and Cirkusbygningen.
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      Rosenborg, Christiansborg Palace, Horse Carriages

      A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... ruins. Aside from some bricks there was really nothing to see. It doesn't compare with the catacombs in Budapest or other Palace ruins. There were however displays of the history of the Palace and earlier Palace fires which led to building expansions.

















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      Day 26

      A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 20, 2014

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      ... Taking this cross-cultural class had made me realize I can call myself a sojourner, maybe even a migrant because I'm not staying for good. It makes me think about that titles meaning and how I am viewed by others. I live in a very multicultural part of town, so I could relate to a lot of the people's stories at the museum. I think if I didn't live here how different my journey would be. One part of the Arrival exhibit, you could pack your suitcase with all ...

      Copenhagen

      A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on May 02, 2014

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      ... I can remember to do it.

      Another interesting thing about Billund was the place where we stayed, which is called the LaLandia Resort. Most people seem to drive to Billund; we took a train, and then a bus. The bus drops you off at the main entrance. Across the street is an airport, and just to the side of the airport, hulking in the distance, you can see the enormous bulk of the main building of LaLandia. I hardly know how to begin to describe ...

      The eighth week and the 2 month mark!

      A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Apr 03, 2014

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      ... not eating what the locals do. At least I raided a Danish bakery when the opportunity arose. Which it did, a lot. Zig zagged back through back streets and alley ways, found a souvenir shop and stocked up on all the essentials snow globe, post cards, beanie and stickers. Went back to the hostel and ate chili con carne at 10pm, met our new roommates, a Portuguese girl, an unidentifiable back packer and three male Italians, so we had a full house. Went for a very short walk as the ...

      Two Good Friends and a Unique City

      A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Nov 17, 2013

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      ... to Furman pretty well. Likewise, I was the Student Orientation Guide at Butler for one of her high school friends. What a small world right? So although I was "alone" Friday in Copenhagen, most of the day didn't really feel like it.

      My hostel offered a free dinner every night, which is very unique in the world of hostels. However, it was very competitive. The hostel housed nearly 500 people and only gave dinner to 40. Luckily, both nights I was able to ...