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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Loeven Copenhagen
worth the price, no internet on the top floor but changed our towels everyday. friendly and great location. Free tea and coffee. A bit cold so I didn't walk around w/ out my cloths on. We were given a 4 bed room top floor room for no extra cost it was nice
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... looked so well planted that they have probably been there for hundreds of years and look set to continue indefinitely.
We went home to cook dinner at the apartment we were renting, and I was struck by the realization that I was cooking pasta in Copenhagen. It was just an ordinary evening, looking at a grassy backyard that had a sandbox where Paloma had played. ...
... to do really helped.
Through Copenhagen I have learned a couple important lessons that I hopefully will remember to apply to the rest of my travels.
Lesson 1: Hygge should be a universal goal
Pronounced 'hooga' it is the danish word that essentially refers to a state of perfect bliss or happiness, when you are not rushed and in enjoyable contentment. It is a feeling essentially and is often a reason used to explain why the danish people are so happy. ...
... furnished in period furniture and heavy tapestries hanging on the walls.
With the weather still so lovely and warm, on Sa**************ed south of Copenhagen to visit another modern art gallery, Arken. It was also wonderful with a fantastic exhibition of Hundertwasser's work, a controversial artist/architect in his time, he was into green architecture and urban gardens, and his art was quite surreal, with lots of colour ...
... at all and how it works. It turns out that there was a very efficient self service baggage check in and so I printed out my luggage tag myself and then put it on the conveyer belt, pressed some buttons and off it went to what I hoped was the correct plane. There were no queues so this process didn't take long at all and I still had two hours before my flight. I walked around for a bit but it's not exactly a big airport compared to some of the major airports in Europe. I soon ...
... time I was there. I didn't, but we saw some interesting people and walked back towards home. At this point we couldn't decide on food and said we would get food in Norreport. Once we got there we didn't. We ended up getting on the bus itself and going to a grocery store. The grocery store was an experience in itself. We had 10 minutes to shop, and it's hard I go grocery shopping with someone whose buying for a week when I just needed a snack. I'm leaving for London Saturday so ...