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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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... walking streets all lead into city squares making the town feel quite big and spacious. Despite the expense of Sweden (and all of Scandinavia for that matter), the food was good, the shops were fun and in general the city beautiful. We didn't see much of Gothenburg at all, as we arrived late and left early. We took a taxi to our accommodation, which was further out of town than we anticipated. The public transport system, though I'm sure it's thorough, was very ...
... I was really glad that I was able to check my big bag through to Berlin, so I only had my overnight pack. Asa and I got to know each other and talked about everything from travel to political issues in the US and Denmark. She was an au pair in New England for 1.5 yrs, so her English was fabulous. We went out to a neighborhood burger place that she had not tried. Mayo is a very popular condiment in the countries that I've been to, so far. It seems to be on everything! ...
... damages. Despite that horror story, I was still set on getting a bike. Of course, just my luck, we hiked across town to find the shop closed. I later learned it was Pentecost, which is a Danish public holiday that extends from Sunday to Monday. I thought just Monday, but being a Catholic I should have probably known that one. The funny thing is that Danish religion is primarily Christian, but a very low percentage go to church and a even ...
... located the graves of famous Danes: author Hans Christian Andersen, philosopher Søren Kierkegaard and physicist Niels Bohr. Other days we walked along the rectangular lakes, to the Botanical Garden, the Kastellet (citadel) and The Little Mermaid. We also went on a canal tour and to Tivoli at night.
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... royal guides occurred and that was a very musical experience.
As for the canal tour of Copenhagen, it was just a tour down the canals of Copenhagen. To be honest, I only did it because it was free due to the Copenhagen card. Although, I did get some pretty awesome photos of the Nyhavn harbour area which look really good. So, I was pleased with that.
But now, Its time to go down to the hostel bar for dinner and have a few drinks because happy hour starts soon.