Kolding Hotel Apartments

Address: KedelsmedGangen 2, Kolding, Jutland, 6000, Denmark | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on KedelsmedGangen 2, Kolding, is near Trapholt and Downtown Kolding.
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      Denmark

      A travel blog entry by isabeln on Sep 21, 2014

      12 photos

      ... of things were made of Lego. There was the Statue of Liberty, the leaning tower of Pisa and lots of other famous buildings too. There were lots of Lego figures made out of Lego, for example a pizza man. There were lots of rides but unfortunately they were not made out of Lego (Mum things maybe that's a good thing). We walked around Legoland in amazement. The first ride we went on was a little boat ride where you could sail around and look at famous buildings built out of Lego. We saw ...

      Denmark

      A travel blog entry by alexandertn on Sep 21, 2014

      16 photos

      When we got to Denmark we got picked up by Folmer and Anna. Folmer looks just like Far Far. They took us straight to Legoland. I loved it there. It had lots and lots of Lego there. I loved the Haunted house and the polar bear roller coaster.

      We had a party for Signe and I ate some corn and the dog ate some corn. By the way it was actually cow corn. I picked corn from the fields and had a Corn Company ...

      End of Norway, little stop in Denmark

      A travel blog entry by windystevej on Sep 08, 2014

      45 photos

      ... did admin but we squeezed in a quick visit to Legoland at the end of the day having found out it was free entry 90 minutes before closing. We had a good time looking around and Phoebe enjoyed a couple of rides, but we were glad we hadn't forked out the full entry fee as she really just wanted to play in a house with a slide in one of the playgrounds! So, Legoland was pretty well the last thing we did - big driving day tomorrow and home the day ...

      More herrings and a ruined castle transformed

      A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 06, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... was owned by a king but was accidentally destroyed by a fire in the 1600s. The restoration of the castle is truly magnificent. The architect who oversaw the project was inspired.


      Our last night in Denmark we spent dining on the beachside watching the yachts return to the harbour and the moon rise across the sea. This must truly be the most beautiful place in Denmark. ...

      A special day for Pete

      A travel blog entry by pdesbjerg on Aug 04, 2014

      10 comments, 13 photos

      ... sign that says "Bukkeruplund" (which is what his grandparents called the farm) still stands at the end of the drive. The family that owns the farm now still run it as a successful business. We were able to go through the home Pete was born in, but we chose not to because the man who was going to show us said that it is now nothing like when Pete lived there. So we just walked around the property. Enjoy the pics and we will be in touch ...