BEST WESTERN Hotel Hebron
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 …
... s fantasyland during the day and an adult oriented dining and sightseeing experience at night.
Next we took the bus to for a short hop to the old port area of Nyhavn. This area is a narrow quay that was built in the 1670s with all kinds of seedy taverns and rooming houses for the sailors who frequented Copenhagen. Today the quay is lined with cafes, jazz clubs, and tattoo shops catering to the other seedy types, tourists. The canal is filled with ...
... to our cruise start point & took a late afternoon cruise to get a different prospective. The driver on this cruise was a lot faster. The cost of the buses & boat was $81 for both & that give you 48hrs of riding. (Think he was in a hurry to knock off). Everyone drinks beer here & wherever they like. It is still light here until 10pm at night so people are sitting on the canals, in packs & walking the streets drinking. Rell & hit the 7 Eleven for our ...
... comes out and the beer producer (Tuborg) throws a big party for the city and sends elves all around to hand out free beer and fun hats and glow sticks etc. They travel around the city and deliver the beer to the bars at 9 pm and that is when all of the bars can start serving the new beer but not a second before then. It was a very festive occasion and it felt like all of Copenhagen was out. They even cover the trucks and wagons in foam that looks like fake ...