BEST WESTERN Hotel Hebron
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hotel Hebron Copenhagen
Breakfast great, location good, rooms bit small, but clean and tidy. Service good
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Day 3 –My body clock is out of whack so I woke up at 3 AM local playing solitaire until Bonnie surfaced. Breakfast at the hotel was phenomenal; it was a full breakfast, not continental and one could eat as much as they wished. Breakfast is part of the hotel cost, so well worth it.
Copenhagen is located in a relatively flat area of …
... the starboard side with shore on our side for most of the cruise. For over two hours we have seen continuous large banks of wind generators at sea, obviously a good position because we have a strong SW wind of 20kn. Our last dinner....the diet now starts. We enjoyed a farewell cocktail just inside our balcony watching the lights of the various island communities of Denmark, passing under the large bridge ...
Willbee flew with Miss Jeppesen to Copenhagen on Wednesday. Today we found a very famous author and visited the "Little Mermaid Statue"... I wonder if you know this fairy tale and who wrote it? The famous author we found was a man called Hans Christian Andersen. He was a Danish author. Although a prolific writer of plays, travelogues, novels, and poems, Andersen is best remembered for his fairy tales. Andersen's popularity is not limited to ...
... keen for people to go. There are over 400 stairs, and like most old churches, the steps are very, very narrow and steep. It was like climbing a ladder at a few spots. We also had to take turns with the people coming down, because it wasn't wide enough for two people to walk at once.
Of the 400 stairs, 150 of them are outside, on the famous spine. I have to admit, this was quite scary. It was still narrow, if I had to guess, at its widest, it was probably ...