Glostrup Park Hotel

Address: Hovedvejen 41 , Glostrup, Zealand, 2600, Denmark | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Hovedvejen 41 , Glostrup, is near Rosenborg Castle, H.C. Orstedsparken, Geological Museum, and Latin Quarter.
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    Travel Blogs from Glostrup

    Cycling around Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by gilbotravels on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... Rosenborg Castle for a tour of the Danish Treasury containing their Royal Crowns and jewels (British Crown Jewels are much more impressive). On to Christiania, a hippy community where they have built their homes from 'found' building supplies. Each house was very unique but I was most impressed by a woven vine pot and sculpture which I could see as a possibility for Victoria gardens. In the evening we paid to visit Tivoli ...

    Last day in Denmark

    A travel blog entry by freffles on Jul 31, 2015

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    My airbnb dude for Stockholm, aka tomorrow, has said ZERO words to me, which seems like a bad omen. Not even when I booked, nada. He just accepted my $$$ and that was it. I texted him this morning about transportation recommendations and have received no response. What the hell man. If I am homeless and out of 400 buckaroos I am going to be a real unhappy camper! A literal camper!! Perhaps I will phone him after dinner. SO TODAY! I moved to a hotel downtown. It's super central which is ...

    The actual happiest place on earth

    A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... get. I read somewhere it's Europe's longest shopping street, but la Rambla must be longer. It's full of everything you can buy in every other city on earth, note to self - no need to return. It's saving grace is ending at the foot steps of Tivoli Gardens and the impressive town hall.

    Such an old and heavily multicultural city struggled hid it's ...

    Random Observations

    A travel blog entry by cyclingcities on Jun 23, 2015

    ... almost like a local. I love blending in (where possible) while traveling! This trip has also been a great way for me to hone my directional/map-reading skills!

  • Americans (especially those in a group) sure sound loud compared to the Danes!
  • I really love the way Copenhagen nurtures and encourages play from all its citizens/visitors... not just children! In the ...

  • The Day of Summer Solstice

    A travel blog entry by sydney.herbst on Jun 23, 2015

    ... and needs. All I kept thinking was DUH. This makes so much sense and is so straight forward. Why do we have to complicate everything in America? I now feel a burning desire to go knock some sense into every city official of America. Planning for people, not for cars should be a priority. Legitimately communicating with the community and discovering their specific needs is the only way to start a project.