Hotel Christian IV
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Christian IV Copenhagen
It is centrally located midway within walking distance to the Little Mermaid on one side and the Tivoli Gardens on the other. Good continental breakfast choices and free wifi. Free hot and cold drinks, pastries and biscuits 24/7.
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Huanyoushijie stayed here on Sep 12, 2014 during their trip titled: Copenhagen & Malmo Day 1.
... we ate at a place called "the Tinder Box" inspired by Hans Christian Andersen who lived on the same street, Nyhaven.. so despite the title of the post, we didn't actually get invited in for tea and a bicky with Mary, but we did see a bunch of blacked out vans and escort cars leave the town hall and a long red carpet getting rolled up and packed away. (this carpet was not there the next day indicating it is for special occasions) so Adam's claiming that we almost saw ...
... we were able to borrow the mobile phone of a passing stranger, who assessed our luggage and our language skills or lack thereof and inquired, with good humor, "AirBNB?")
Once we had the bike, Marina pedaled it home while I followed with Paloma in the stroller. A torrent of rain broke forth just before we got back to the apartment, which was actually refreshing. It was a warm rain, and it made me happy.
... by far was Norway followed by Denmark. For the single ladies, don't bother with Russian there is 8million women to every 1million men. Finland men are very attractive and nice to talk to, Norwegian men are very tall ( over 6"7') and Swedish men are very blonde.
We are off to Paris in the morning for a week of exploring and hopefully some ...
... duck and of course - the Christmas pudding (along with home made custard).
Not a huge list for cultural eating in Denmark...as all we ate was Christmas treats. But I did have a Tuborg (the beer of Danish kings) and a Carlsberg. Although we skipped the smørrebrød Steph and I shared some traditional pastries during our walking tour.
Christmas movies watched:
Miracle on 34th
It's a wonderful life
Home alone 1 and ...