Centralhotellet Koge

VesterGade 3, Koge, Zealand, 4600, Denmark | Hotel
Prices starting from $143.00
 

Travel Blogs from Koge

Leggo My Legos, Ariel

A travel blog entry by sql_spice

2

... House on the Stroget. This was just as wonderfully tacky and tourist-crapulent as its exterior suggested (it was so cheaply thrown together that it shared an entrance with the Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Museum, which is a bit like Nordstrom sharing an entrance with Value Village). The museum mainly consisted of staged, life-sized dioramas of his stories, and I'm guessing they raided the H&M next door for cheap mannequins and costumes. However, since we'll ...

Hello fellow Tasmanian!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

2
11

... br>
We walked around the shop for a while, all the while me holding a giant Minnie Mouse.

Then we went our ways to discover Copenhagen, but not before we changed emails and numbers. I wandered down past Nyhavn…the colourful area, on my way….finally, to Amalienborg Palace.

New found home or our good old Tassie chic….Princess Mary of Denmark.

I never actually saw her, but I did go in the museum and see the guards ...

For da Dames and da Danes

A travel blog entry by swdsull

4

... days ago, when I left Ireland for a country that has become the most charming place I've ever visited: Denmark. I got to Copenhagen, or as I learned it was spelled in Danish, København, in the late evening of the 7th and was picked up by Uncle Dennis and the surprisingly tall and funny Megan, now in 7th grade. I have much, much to write about my visit with them two, Aunt Pernille, and my other beautiful cousin, Cecilie, and ...

Sun Garden Party in Stroeby

A travel blog entry by shari2285

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... barbecue, red wine and beer. The proceeds of the day go towards the up keep on the lovely grounds of the park that it is held in.

A wonderful community function bringing all together in a joyous day. It was indeed lovely to be included in the celebrations !! Kim even had a dance ...

Last day in Denmark

A travel blog entry by dft

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... vacation homes by the sea. Then, it was off to lunch at a place called Gamle Humlebæk Kro where we were going to have what they described as a typical Sunday Danish lunch. It ended up being 2 kinds of herring (pickled, of course), a white fish called plaice. These were served with rye bread (not like anything I've ever had at home), tartar sauce and lemons. The second course was meat ...

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This hotel, located on VesterGade 3, Koge, is near Kunstmuseet Koge Skitsesambling and Koge Museum.
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