KolleKolle Hotel

Address: Frederiksborgvej 105, Copenhagen, Zealand, 3500, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tingskrivervejs area of Copenhagen, is near Hands On Science Center (Eksperimentarium), Hirschsprung Collection (Hirschsprungske Samling), Parken Stadium, and Faelled Park.
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    A travel blog entry by kathypender on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... design for the Frederiksstad area. However, plans for its construction were so extravagant that finances ran out and work was abandoned in 1770. For more than a century, it stood as a picturesque ruin before being rescued and financed by a Danish industrialist. It was in 1894 that the church was finally completed. Had a look around here and Dylan got in trouble by the guard lol. Kept walking and passed the waiting rooms of the king and ...

    Interactive Case Studies and Adult Playgrounds

    A travel blog entry by samuel.copelan on Jun 23, 2015

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    ... talking and enjoying a fantastic dinner. The restroom was odd; all walls had mirrors, making it awkward to see you using the restroom everywhere you looked. After dinner at 10:30, it finally started to get dark and we found the famed street trampolines! Copenhagen believes that adults should play like children, and so in some places the wide sidewalks have trampolines so people can jump. After 20 minutes of feeling like a kid, we headed back to blog and sleep. Another fantastic day


    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 21, 2015

    ... considered myself an advocate of taking the burdens off the cyclist to "behave well and protect themselves" by putting on helmets, and abiding by traffic laws.. but coming back from Copenhagen I will be even more of an advocate of this, if that's possible. I now understand the power inherent in making something totally mindless. Of course cycling can't take off if we're the ones that have to be constantly ...

    I am in Europe!

    A travel blog entry by holly.hixson on Jun 20, 2015

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    Today we woke up at 6:30am! Surprisingly, my roommates and I were jazzed for our bike tour through the city with Bike Mike. He was incredible! This man was tan, bald, wore thick-rimmed glasses, bright orange cargo shorts and a salmon colored t-shirt rode a barbie pink bike (complete with tassels). He was so very enthusiastic about biking and sustainablity and the way he looked into every persons eyes when he spoke was hilarious. Every time we stopped to look at something he would tell us ...

    Day 2 of Tour. Saturday 13-6-15

    A travel blog entry by wazzyol on Jun 13, 2015

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    ... in winter, too much light in summer, too cold and the ocean is a millpond - nah.

    Then onto Fredricksborg Palace which is the Queens residence and she was home, but she must have had a headache. Her palace is on the ocean front. There is a church beside the palace and the royal family and townsfolk go to church together. Mary is quite popular and our local guide said don't believe what you read in the Australia papers (whatever that means).