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... were all quite classy places, and it wasn't the place to buy cheap stuff, this was the type of place to buy good quality, fresh food. Apparently it's featured quite often on their cooking shows.
We managed to find Rosenborg castle, after following Anne and her trusty phone GPS.
Rosenborg Castle was built by Christian IV as a summer residence in 1606. Christian IV was quite an architecturally minded King, and many beautiful buildings around ...
... walk from the station to our temporary dwellings. The Hotel itself was positioned on a square on which there was an arch with a digital countdown to the Euovision song contest which of course instilled uncontrollable excitement in both my Travel Buddy (TB) and I, it was just a shame we had arrived in the city 40+ days too early to witness the event in all its elaborately camp europop glory – but I guess no one can have it ...
... comprised of wide and undulating boardwalks along the harbor’s edge. The canal is reasonably pollution-free and is used for public baths in the summer (hard to envision as we shivered in the rain and wind). From there, we went to the grocery store and sent Vince back to his apartment with two bags brimming with food (Mom and Dad are good for a few things).
We ate dinner in and decided to have an after dinner drink at the very swanky bar at the recently renovated Hotel ...
... sensational woodfire pizza place called Mother. I had the capriciossa, which came with a fried egg on top. A quick peddle through the red light district, we then rode up past Tivoli, one of Europe's oldest amusement parks, for a photo at the gate. We seized another photo op at town hall (the Radhouse!), and then we headed home. Today we head for Nice, where the wedding festivities begin. H will drive a car on the right side of the road; a challenge awaits! Best practice my ...
... a bit of time in the forecourt taking photos, and then the guards were entertaining us. Suddenly everyone moved into formation, as it was time for the changing of the guard. The guards marched in, the crowd went nuts with photos etc. I did manage to get a good photo and some video footage, so was happy. Then the signal was given by the policeman to get closer photos so everyone just ran for it. We went the other direction and took a photo of the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFirst Hotel Mayfair Copenhagen
excellent breakfast service and light dinner buffet
very helpful and friendly staff
very compact and well planned rooms
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