Gentofte Hotel

Address: Gentoftegade 29, Copenhagen, Zealand, 2820, Denmark | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

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

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      ... the end of the line. Oh No! I remember thinking that the countless stops in between us and the end of the line meant it would take maybe 40+ minutes to get to the harbor, but we carried on. Twenty minutes later we were at the last stop, the Little Mermaid stop, and I was embarrassed to have actually recognized the stop. Because this stop was the same stop my parents and I took multiple times a day when traveling back to our hotel when they came to drop me off ...

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      ... computers. You are not permitted to leave the exam during the first or last half hour of the allotted time. Tom, my friends, and me, all finished within the first two and a half hours and were done! We should find out our grades in about a month. The grading works differently here too...you can receive a -3, 0, 2, 4, 7, 10, or 12. A 2 is passing. It's such a different scale here and so confusing to adjust to! Most exchange students only need to pass their classes because ...

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      1 comment, 20 photos

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      A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 08, 2014

      ... food at a good price. Eventually we found a Danish bakery and bought a roll that was full of pickles and made with dense bread. I just had to point, nod and accept what I was given. We walked more and eventually made our we back to the room around 5. I tried to do a bit of Stockholm research and rested up a bit more until Ben arrived home at 730pm. He cooked us a great meal and we once again slept ...