Hotel Jorgensen

Address: RomersGade 11, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1362, Denmark | Hotel
 
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      Copenhagen Day 1

      A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 27, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      August 27 Wednesday Copenhagen (hop on/off bus) We snuggled in for a great sleep, must have been the jet lag from our day of travel for a less than 2 hour flight, definitely nothing to do with our GnTs. The fresh air from open windows, rather than air con for a month was welcoming, and assisted drying of our essentials. Kelly is getting used to the routine now of wear/wash where we have >2 nights, rather than saving a bag in hope of a laundry (of which there is none). (I ...

      Final day of class!

      A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 04, 2014

      ... up now. However the bus I rode in on had shut off for the night, so I had to take a long way home. Even so, the bus only went from the hospital and not the kolligieum which was 500 meters walk away. This really sucked, but I finally got home around 3:00am. I am slightly not looking forward to staying out here but it's only for a few days. Regardless I am in Copenhagen and it's so nice I feel so safe here. No other place in the world I have this feeling. Copenhagen is truly a wonderful ...

      Day 2 in Copenhagen

      A travel blog entry by teamwaldron on May 06, 2014

      20 photos

      ... also incorporate an amusement park.

      Allison and Sophie went on most of the rides while I was the bag boy.

      The variety of Tulips in flower at the moment is a lot more that what we get in Australia.

      It was still pretty cold so we headed to Burger King for some warm food and then back to the flat.




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      Under the Bridge

      A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 20, 2013

      ... believe: the huge Oresund Bridge that links the south-west corner of Sweden with the Copenhagen part of Denmark. This mammoth structure ranks as one of the worlds biggest bridges and seeing it has been like a dream to me for ages. Way back in Australia, when I first planned the route around Europe, I had this bridge on my mind as a hugely important milestone. Crossing it and entering Denmark would signal the end of land transport - no more trains or long distance buses, just a few ...

      Copenhagen and Carlsberg

      A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jul 19, 2013

      ... the town we had about a mile to walk to get to the main drag. I bought some postcards and we sought out an attractive pavement café to write them out; it had the added bonus of free wi-fi. The beer cost about 8 quid a pint!

      After our drinks we walked back to the Black Watch and enjoyed some more (free!) booze up on deck in the bright sunshine. ...