Hotel Lynge Kro

Address: Hojrisvej 22, Lynge, Alleroed Municipality, Copenhagen Region, Zealand, 3540, Denmark | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lynge

Day 44

A travel blog entry by peterica on Aug 26, 2015

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Another great day in Copenhagen and the weather was almost perfect again. After a late start because we waited for the market to open to buy salmon and salad for dinner tonight, we set off on a long day of walking. We walked along the canals in Nyhavn, with the sailing boats and colorful houses.On the way to see the Little Mermaid, we walked through Amalienborg Palace and practically stumbled upon the changing of the guard, where we had front road ...

The Little Mermaid and Nordic Essentials Food Tour

A travel blog entry by birteuk on Aug 07, 2015

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... Denmark. With this we had some apple wine called. Malus X Feminam, which is a 20% desert wine. The 'male' version is 40%. The next stop was the Bornholm Shop. Bornholm is an island in Denmark and it gets more sunshine hours than the rest of Denmark. 40000 people live there and a lot make home made things. It is the flagship for food with a twist and they hold cooking competitions there and have Michelin star chefs there. Just a not on the side, Denmark as a country has 17 restaurants ...


A travel blog entry by lynvanas on Jul 15, 2015

Seemed to be daylight all night. So needed my little fan. Skyped the girls as they were getting into their bath. They looked so sweet, but we're irritating Willow, who was cross. I was upset I couldn't be there. Breakfast was chokker full of people fighting for food and a table ...

Gladsaxe and Bike Superhighway

A travel blog entry by patkelsey on Jun 27, 2015

... class last year, but I proposed a plan that was designed to be met in the middle (complete pedestrianization of a street with about 50 homes on it and no businesses, with a park at one end and a school at the other. I think it could work, but likely the current traffic calming measures will just be improved, becausee the current bumpouts are extremely ineffective.

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Settled in...

A travel blog entry by hankphan on Jun 24, 2015

... sites that demonstrates activated public space that focus on humans. Following the informative morning, everyone parted ways for lunch or partake in other activities. After I ate lunch, I visited Faelledparken Skatepark to see Henrik's son, Rasmus, and his friends. It is always an amazing experience to interact with peers from a different culture. I ended up spending three to four hours at the park skateboarding and interacting ...