Ascot Apartments

Studiestrade 61, Copenhagen, Zealand, DK - 1554, Denmark | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $176.00
 

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Couchsurfing in Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by sandy1948

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... it turned out. Over the next 1.5 hrs. I walked down every street, lost her address in my phone, and managed not to panic! Finally, I found her # and managed to activate my international SIM card. To call her. As it turned out, I had been to the door next to her door, it had the same number, but had graffiti all over it, so I didn't go on! I was so glad to finally reach her 5th floor apt. (No elevator!) she welcomed me with a hug and gave me a beer. Wow, did that ever hit ...

Vunderful vunderful Copehagen

A travel blog entry by big.adventure

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... today. Not a country we've ever thought of visiting, but wow! In the words of someone here, God made Norway perfect but he could have made it cheaper. It's very very expensive, but save up & go - it's fab. Life is too short not to. The speed limit went up to 62mph once!

Crossed the border into Sweden & it started raining, but soon stopped, the temperatures rose & the sun shone!

We drove into Gothenburg & had a couple of hours ...

My first day in Copenhagen!

A travel blog entry by taylorneese

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... I am living in the middle of the city center! It's not like a typical downtown with lots of skyscrapers. Instead, there are busy cobblestone streets with lots of shops, bikes, and pedestrians. Our Student Residence Advisor (SRA) named Eva showed us how to get to our classes, the train, and the grocery store, Netto. Inside Netto, she explained various grocery items. Danes prefer dark, rye bread with lots of seeds in it. It is so dense, I swear one ...

Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds

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... area known as Miniland, which is essentially a series of Lego reproductions of big architectural monuments or entire neighborhoods of cities. We had a good time trying to figure out how much of this trip we could have skipped just by coming to Legoland and visiting the Lego equivalent. Turns out, for instance, that whole drive to Schloss Neuschwanstien was unnecessary.

One interesting fact about Legoland at Billund is that they don’t seem ...

To See Or Not To See Hamlet’s Castle

A travel blog entry by katlikesjam

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The next day, after venturing down to the breakfast buffet which included cheese which sat on a slicing contraption which can only be described as cross between a challenge from the crystal maze and a work of art (seriously, it's worth visiting just for the cheese slicer), we wrapped up warm and headed off to Helsingor, to see Kronbork Slot which is generally considered to be the inspiration for Hamlet’s Elsinore Castle.

Helsingor is perhaps a ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Nyrops area of Copenhagen, is near Tivoli Gardens, Radhuspladsen, Cirkusbygningen, and Tivoli Museum.
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