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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... Europe with Denmark, Norway, Sweden at 8.30 pm. We had 4m clearance - hope that was at low tide! As always our captain saluted the bridge with his musical crescendo and honks - he is such a proud Italian captain of his ship and loves showing it off - this time to the vehicles slowing to watch us pass under and all the passengers that were deck side to marvel at it. We retired early for our disembarkation at 8 ...
... up for an impromptu jam session. It was great. One of the guys was the a multi-instrumentalist, tap dancing vocalist who performed the other night. A really good night, but a late one.
Place’s B’day today and I’m taking her to Stockholm.
This place is amazing. Heaps of island connected by canals.
We again did the Hop on-Hop off bus, but here it includes boat rides between the island. ...
... early one tonight. I arrived in Copenhagen just after lunchtime, found my way to my hotel without any problems, and have spent the rest of the afternoon just wandering around, aiming for nowhere in particular. I ended up doing one of the canal tours, which was really nice and a great way to see the city. Of course, there is so much more to see that I haven t really planned for yet, but that's what tonight is for - making lists ,,, and sleeping, of ...
... believe: the huge Oresund Bridge that links the south-west corner of Sweden with the Copenhagen part of Denmark. This mammoth structure ranks as one of the worlds biggest bridges and seeing it has been like a dream to me for ages. Way back in Australia, when I first planned the route around Europe, I had this bridge on my mind as a hugely important milestone. Crossing it and entering Denmark would signal the end of land transport - no more trains or long distance buses, just a few ...
I’ll admit that even though I was excited to see Uncle Dennis, Aunt Pernille, and my cousins ...