Hotel Cabinn Metro
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Chrissy-bigal stayed here on Oct 24, 2012 during their trip titled: Chrissy-bigal's Great Adventure.
... away easy, as flights only take a few hours and you can end up anywhere.
Negotiating our why to the city centre from the airport was easy. The train leaves regularly and the ticket machines have an english speaking option. Paying for the ticket proved tricky. But even a Danish couple struggled so that was more machine error than the operator.
When we did emerge from the ...
... Extremely crowded, and add in pushers and bikes. I thought there were lots of scooters and bikes in Paris , but here it is amazing and the bike lanes are fantastic, pity help you if you are strolling along in one, I think they would take you out. Had a hot choc. in lieu of lunch. Drooled in the Georg Jensen shop. Generally people watched. The city still has might ...
... the side of the building are red marks that light up the temperature in Celsius.
I then had to climb up on the statue of Hans Christian Andersen statue which was located on the east side of the City Hall. I was aware of this statue because of a T.V. show named The Amazing Race. On the show a couple of years ago, contestants had to stop at this statue and memorize a quote attributed to H.C. Andersen, which read, “To Move, to breath, to ...
... of the riots of course.
And the night finished off at a pub very typical of Copenhagen, called a Bodega. Cheap drinks (drinks in Copenhagen are so freakin expensive: $10 a pop at least) but a unique atmosphere...one to support the alcohols of Copenhagen. Walking in, you get a thick waft of cigarette smoke, enough to make your eyes burn and feel you're smokin yourself. Rich dark wood, but beautiful European details that give ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cabinn Metro Copenhagen
Nice modern hotel, very clean, great breakfast but in the basement which looks like a concert car park. You have to view our picture of the laundry room for ironing. Small rooms are the understatement, Space just for suitcases at the bottom of the 2 single beds, thought it was a double room but just 2 single beds pushed against the wall. Shower, well, let's just say interesting, wet feet once used if you want the loo. Hey, there's more room in our campervan than our hotel room
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