Hotel Strandparken

Address: Kalundborgvej 58, Holbaek, Holbaek Municipality, West Zealand, Zealand, 4300, Denmark | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kalundborgvej 58, Holbaek.
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Travel Blogs from Holbaek

Last full day in Copenhagen!

A travel blog entry by kara.b on Jan 06, 2015

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... see what we should do for the afternoon. Turned out that we had already done all the top 10 things in the book! Once we got off the train we walked to the National Museum of Denmark. We arrived there around 3:30pm. Admission was free so we then began to just look around. The museum was pretty cool but I think I would have to say that the "People of the World" exhibit was my favourite! It was neat seeing all the different wardrobe from all the different ...

Mardi Gras Ball

A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Aug 30, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

Tonight was the last event from our social package, the Mardi Gras Ball. Some of my friends and I made masks to wear, as we were told that costumes and masks were more than welcome. As soon as we left for the ball, at about 6:15, it started to pour. And it pours really hard in Copenhagen; raincoats and umbrellas are a must almost every day. We walked to the bus stop, which is directly next to the metro stop in our area, ...

Day 43

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 06, 2014

... door. Two other girls were with her and they announced they were going running for sushi. I instantly got excited. Running sushi here are like these conveyer belts that have bowls you just take out of a door. A bowl might have two pieces of sushi, fried rice, wontons, watermelon, four maki rolls, seaweed, and about 50 other different Japanese dishes. After I let the girls shower and rest, we went to the restaurant. I had a great meal and we had so many bowls on our ...

I am a Viking

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 05, 2014

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... I made a stick with some nice carvings. It looked very nice, Kali is going to love it. One of the ladies just got done milking the goat, so she offered us some goat milk. It is surprisingly very good. As we kept walking, we found some more animals. Goats, pigs, and sheep. Some pigs had these little gobble looking things hanging off of their necks, which I could not figure out what they were. Jasper's explanation was that the Danish have now perfected the way of ...

Final day of class!

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 04, 2014

... about what we learned and what to take out of this course. I am so much more aware of cultures now, it's just hard to simply put in writing. Overall I just gained a better perspective on why people act the way they do and not to assume anything unless I know the roots. Salman ended with John Lennon's Imagine and the lyrics were perfect. (Dear future me, as soon as you read this go listen to the song). As one last hurray, some people in our class joined Salman for a field trip north ...