Hotel CABINN Scandinavia
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel CABINN Scandinavia Frederiksberg
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... design for the Frederiksstad area. However, plans for its construction were so extravagant that finances ran out and work was abandoned in 1770. For more than a century, it stood as a picturesque ruin before being rescued and financed by a Danish industrialist. It was in 1894 that the church was finally completed. Had a look around here and Dylan got in trouble by the guard lol. Kept walking and passed the waiting rooms of the king and ...
... walk on their track you receive abuse and many bells ringing from approaching cyclists. The hotel was near the little mermaid statue on the waterfront and the original fort with a moat around it - nice place for Roger's early morning run. The hotel was at the end of Bredkade, which we walked down towards the city centre. Many up market art and clothing boutiques. To John's delight we spent over an hour in the big department store, Magazine, looking for ...
... hour or so but it was too cold to really enjoy, thankfully it had stopped raining. I have to say that Wayne wasn't too interested in getting thermals or gloves or a scarf or wooly socks but day 1 and he is talking about all of those things and it is going to get colder...... Watch this space lol
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Funny..... Set the alarm for 6am but didn't change the time on the phone, almost slept in! That would be embarrassing on the first day. We realised the time ...
... to check straight into our room which was great because it was still only about 7am and it would have been a long day to wait till 2pm. The room is small but nicely decorated in an old building which has been refurbished as a hotel. The Andersen Boutique hotel if you're interested. She told us we could go in for the buffet breakfast so we did. After breakfast we felt a lot more human so took showers and then layered up the clothing and ventured out into the city. ...
... join the bike lane. Since I am still figuring out my biking identity, I fluctuate between a brow-sweating pace and a slower speed to watch a beautiful city wake up. Corporate cyclists in suits, dresses, and stilettos ebb and flow beside me, some swiftly grab free newspapers from vendors at intersections. I swerve into the passing lane to overtake parents hauling their children to school in their bike wagons. The kids are usually happy to enjoy the seemingly electrified ...