Comwell Kolding

Address: Skovbrynet 1, Kolding, Jutland, 6000, Denmark | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Skovbrynet 1, Kolding, is near Trapholt and Downtown Kolding.
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          Travel Blogs from Kolding

          Day 05 – Lego!!

          A travel blog entry by meckley on Oct 19, 2015

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          ... our contact to get us, the students (and faculty!) were assembling Legos in the lobby. There was a Lego mat on the wall. The students put PSU and PLET, as well as their names, on the mat.

          Our contact came in and gave us a presentation and some videos on how Lego got its start. I always assumed it was Mr. Lego that named the company! Nope, Logo is a play on the Danish phrase "leg godt." It means play well. The company has been committed to quality from the very beginning. ...

          Frederecia, Denmark

          A travel blog entry by garrickgottleib on Aug 06, 2015

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          Today my family and I visited the port city of Frederecia. The city has been used as the Danish army's first line of defense for centuries during the wars with Sweden. The city is rich with military history, there are reminders thought out the city of wars won and lost. The tour started off by Us visiting the museum of Danish history where we saw what the Danish lifestyle consisted of during the 19th and 20th century. We then visited one of ...

          Lots of autobahn

          A travel blog entry by cokers on Jul 26, 2015

          5 photos

          ... her death there in 1944. The camp was initially established to house Russian prisoner's of war, where 50,000 of them perished as the Germans did not abide by the Geneva Convention, such was the hatred between the two countries.
          Yet B.B. was not a mass extermination camp, as only 52,000 Jews and other persecuted minorities died there, compared to the hundreds of thousands who died in some camps. Twenty percent of the deaths occurred after the ...

          Fun in Legoland

          A travel blog entry by roamingm on Jul 15, 2015

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          Our "full" day at Legoland. Not a lot of rides for us "bigger " kids, but the ones that there were were fun. Only downside was the wait in queue and the rides were generally quite short. But certainly lots to look at while you wait. And there is Lego everywhere for the kids ...

          Danish schools: no shoes, no rules, no problem

          A travel blog entry by kdraper on Sep 02, 2013

          ... with making the school quieter and less susceptible to bullying? That went over my head a little bit but she also explained that the students give each other shoulder rubs daily in order to reduce bullying. The theory behind this is that it's harder to bully someone who you have had positive physical contact with. This I approved of but I can hear the stacks of lawsuit papers piling up back in America. They also told us about a camping trip on which the entire school ...