Gentofte Hotel

Gentoftegade 29, Copenhagen, Zealand, 2820, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Gentoftegade 29, Copenhagen, is near Bakken Amusement Park, Dyrehaven, Hands On Science Center (Eksperimentarium), and Ordrupgaard Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Copenhagen

    One Month Down

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 06, 2014

    3 comments

    ... down enjoying your bottle of water you can be confident that the car alarm you hear going off is NOT yours. And if for some reason you do forget to set the emergency brake, just hope that you gently bumped into a nice couple who speaks very little English so that you can both just smile as you get into your cars and pull off the ferry and on your separate ways.

    10. Trusting the weather information on your phone can be a dangerous thing. If ...

    Busy day in København

    A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jul 07, 2014

    51 photos

    ... learning disabilities, which was also a nice little stop. There was also a place where you could go hunch inside a small opening and stand on a glass pane which underneath showed a 25 meter drop down. I had a look, but decided I had been brave enough on this trip already, and wasn't going to do that. The fact that it was a really narrow and dark drop made it look scarier than the glass cable cars, because at least with those you could fantasize of a ...

    Back to Classes

    A travel blog entry by taylorneese on Jun 21, 2014

    ... lunch before our field trip. My roommate Taylor and I ran home during the break to make something quick. We walked to an area of Copenhagen called Vesterbro. It is here, along a street called Istegade, that the red light district is. We walked through it on our way to The Nest, however since it was daylight it didn't look much different other than the excessive number of sex shops and strip clubs. The Nest was the destination for our field trip, it is a ...

    Touring Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by taylorneese on May 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... because of the houses but the houses are there because of the statue. They are meant to be inferior to the statue, which features the king riding without stirrups to symbolize control and power. Currently, the Queen lives in one house, her two sons and their families occupying two other houses, and the fourth is used to host events and receive foreign diplomats. Today happened to be the 46th birthday of the oldest Prince, therefore all of the flags ...

    To be or not to be...

    A travel blog entry by 2014andrea on Apr 20, 2014

    ... strolling back towards the station but not without some detours. First I stop at the Danish Maritime Museum, but not to look at the exhibition (which closes at 4 anyway), but to sit in the yard on lounge chairs covered with fur quilts :-). Only to detour further through Helsingor city and grab a homemade ice cream on the way. Then it's back to the station, back to CPH Central, and back to Wagamama for a farewell dinner :-). What a fantastic ...