Crowne Plaza CopenHagen Towers
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza CopenHagen Towers
I booked this Hotel based on the free airport shuttle and the proximity of the hotel to public transportation (just a block's walk from the hotel). I used this hotel for 1 day pre cruise and 1 day post cruise. The taxi from hotel to Freeport cruise port cost 50 dollars but we shared with another couple as this hotel was the recommended one for the cruiseline we were traveling with. I would recommend this hotel for convenience for the stated reasons; be aware, however that breakfast runs about 35 dollars and cocktails will set you back 25 if purchased in hotel bar.
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Frannahfarming stayed here on Jun 13, 2015 during their trip titled: Frannah farming .
... We steer clear n head to the outdoor deck with a bar. Great views leaving Oslo and through the fjord. It is 300mi to Copenhagen. Plenty of time to graze on the dinner buffet, battle the Chinese in the duty free store and have a final look on deck for the evening. Not quite Leonard DiCaprio and Kate Winslow, but good fun. Took a taxi to the apartments we rented. On the oldest street in Copenhagen, cobbles and all. You know it's old because it has curves on it. After the second big fire ...
... label that clued me in to the odd reaction of my liver, "alkoholfri." That is Danish for "alcohol free." I sat that down and got a lager instead. It tasted much better and my liver was much relieved.
For dinner that night, we opted to stay in, dining at the Midtown Grill in the hotel. It is a steakhouse. For starters, Leslie chose the smoked blue cheese salad while I selected the hand-salted smoked salmon. The salmon came with lemon ...
... came across an awesome fountain called Gefionspringvandet. A dramatic sight, this bronze statue represents the tale of goddess Gefion ploughing enough land to create the island of Zealand. We also saw St Albans Kirke. Named after St Alban, England’s first martyr, this Anglican Neo-Gothic church was built in 1885. Here we walked along the ramparts of Kastellet. This pentagram shaped fortress was built as protection against the Swedes, but ...
... and plantings. Spotted snow peas, wheat and lots more. We departed Malmö at 4pm and arrived in Trelleborg at 7pm, still with plenty of daylight to go. Our first port of call was the port. The TT Line office was located and we directed to another site as we had cargo - the bikes. We lined up there with all the semitrailers - there must be a heap of goods that travel both ways - would be interesting to know what goes where! Got the answer from old mate in the Port office, ...