First Hotel Mayfair
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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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... bike ride to a little island nearby and then played frisbee and splashed in the sea after dinner. Also very nice. I went for a rare run and had to walk back with my hips hurting - I'm sure my body has given up now I've left the Army.
We visited 'TICKON' in the grounds of Tranekaer Slot (castle) the next day which had about twenty sculptures dotted around. It was fun finding them and some were interesting and fun. A lot were a bit past it though. ...
... would have been better. She tries though I guess. Florence is sweet. You can walk around this city with ease. And the sun here is incredible. I want to live here. We walked around the city for a day. Then on the second day I did a trip out to San Giginiamo, Sienna and Chianti. It was such a nice day and I made some friends too. I started talking to a guy named Laars from Berlin in Germany. He works for eBay and is traveling for some time. Then I also met Jacob, an American ...
Came to the cold and dark city of Copenhagen to visit my brother who has been here since July. First thing we did was rent bikes since that is the thing to do and the way to get around. Second thing we did was buy hats and gloves for bike riding:). Christiana was a little shady place we visited. It reminded me of doomsday ...
6 hours flight to Copenhagen - time went quickly playing Yahtzee and 500 ... 500 to be continued.
The train into Copenhagen was quick and Tivoli gardens are at the station entrance ... can't wait to go.
The sun is shining and the air is crispy. A quick walk to the hotel ... wow those cobblestones are bumpy ...
... that I can fearlessly approach a stranger, let alone a stranger in a foreign country, and maintain a relatively normal conversation with them. This trip also included my very first hostel experience. From what I was told by my friends, we were in a 5 star hostel compared to some that they have seen. I would say the trip had even more fun activities planned than academic ones. We had free time to walk around Malmo and Gothenberg, take a boat tour of the canals, and the last ...