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TripAdvisor Reviews Hellerup Parkhotel Copenhagen
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... are 4-7 stories high and are made of brick and concrete. As it is an old city, there is not much imagination in the architecture.
Functional European breakfast of pastries, bread, cheeses, sausage, yoghurts and jams.
We packed up and left the hotel about 11 am and were onboard before 12noon - very quickly and with short queues. Had to get a minivan again to transport all of the luggage and four people.
We are in midship Balcony ...
... this pair of tourists; welcome to my world of travel with Peter! By mid afternoon we had walked nearly 2 km in the rain to the Carlsberg Glyptokek sculpture gallery and spent s couple of hours taking in the most marvellous collection, that included more Rodins than you can imagine and incredible Egyptian and Etruscan collections as well. I ran out a little - don't know why- and camped out in the cafe while Peter saw a bit more. I was ...
... of the 23rd, and we're baking gingerbread reindeers - tomorrow was Danish Christmas - forecast of snow for Christmas 5%.
Copenhagen closed down for Christmas, but luckily for us we jumped on the walking tour of Copenhagen where we had such a Hyggley old time, carrying our freshly baked gingerbread cookies.
We actually lucked in - our initial tour guide fell I'll during his introduction to the city, so a young Danish girl took over and took us on a ...
... elegant. I dare not think about how much it is worth. The whole set was put together in 1840 but some of the gems had been in the family since the early 1700's (thanks google) After salivating over the jewels I made my way to Rundetaarn tower. This tower sits at the end of Trinitatus church. It was built in the 1600's by Christian IV. Chris really liked to build stuff, maybe thats why the country went broke. Anyway, I really liked this tower, there should be more like it. For a ...
... was outrageous, so we paid 4+ star prices for a 3 star meal. Let’s just say that, so far, the warnings about the culinary mediocrity in Scandinavia are not defeated.
We’re pretty confident that we reclaimed our “lost” vacation day (35+ hours awake) and beat jet lag, too! Yup - a very good sleep indeed!
Tomorrow, we’re off to see a Viking Ship museum and a cathedral started in the 1100’s – should be very ...