First Hotel Copenhagen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFirst Hotel Copenhagen
Good size and comfortable room, but the shower a bit weak
Pleasant building and surroundings
Staff are very friendly and helpful
Location is easy for public transport connections with the airport (train then bus) and the city (bus and water bus)
Breakfast is good, but the organisation is hopeless - sometimes they ask for the coupon 3 or 4 times, other days they don't ask for it at all, and the dishes are often left empty for long periods before being refilled.
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... honest, we were being hilarious when we got back to our room...what's that smell?
You're so predictable. That was funny though, you were literally crying.
Don't forget about my goose laugh!
Oh I haven't...the world of Snapchat and Facebook didn't either mate. Anyway, we better sign off now before things get out of hand. Goodnight, we'll see you in the morning for our last day in Copenhagen!
... My seat was next to the washroom. Ewww! The trade-off, however, was that I had no row behind me….so no one there to grab my seat while standing up. I liked that.
Now, the guy beside me had a little *man-spread* going on, so I had to hold my ground and keep my personal space intact. Dude….we can share the arm rest! And maybe if you put your knapsack and jacket in the overhead, you would have more room. Just sayin’! Haha. ...
The City of Houten is a smaller town about 10km south of Utrecht. Houten is a precisely planned city, but I believe it lacks proper infrastructure and encouragement on cycling connectivity to surrounding cities. We biked to Houten from Utrecht in a little over half an hour, however the path to Houten was not a clearly defined or single designated track. I was not thinking too much about it until hearing that a ...
... couldn't be more amazing. Everything flows together, the lanes make you feel safe and the fact that there are relatively few cars on the road, you don't have to even really think about what's going on on the road, but in the cycle lanes. The rules are pretty simple and you get used to them quikcly. It's just amazing how everyone can feel safe and know that cars are constantly aware of cyclists, unlike the culture of cycling in the US.
In today's "Who Knew?" segment, when Bike Mike pointed out the US Embassy yesterday the nice lady from Boston said that she and her husband registered with the State Department online to let them know where they are.
"Why?" I asked her.
"To let them know where we are" she answered.
It it didn't seem like a good use of my time to ask again, but I guess if there is a political crisis or natural catastrophe the U.S. government ...