BEST WESTERN Hotel Hebron
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
... Although we didn't get there on land, we could also see the outskirts of Christiana. This is a neighborhood that was declared autonomous by a group of anarchists back in 1971. They created their own social institutions, established their own laws, and flew their own flag. Rather than deal with the consequences of shutting it down, the Danish government called it a social experiment and left the roughly1000 residents alone. The experiment continues ...
... Smushi (A+). It wasn't much to look at inside and we nearly missed it because of the tiny advert on a chalk board just on the main street, but something pulled us in and I'm glad it did.
We chose to sit in the open air courtyard (complete with warm blanket) and had planned on attacking some Smorrebrod, the traditional open sandwiches which are a fundamental part of daily Danish life. Unfortunately, this being a Sunday, ...
... was a 19th century sculptor who was born in Copenhagen but spent his career in Rome. His marble sculpture of Pope Pius is the only work of art in St. Peter’s Basilica done by an artist who wasn’t Catholic. (I guess the Vatican crew figured out that special exception to the rules that they use. . . whenever they need it.) Thorvaldsen was eventually lured back to Denmark with the promise of a museum to house his life’s work, which focuses ...