Morten Fredricksen Guesthouse

Address: Torvegade 36, Copenhagen, Zealand, \N, Denmark | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Christianshavn area of Copenhagen, is near Our Savior's Church (Vor Frelsers Kirken), Vor Frelsers Kirke, Christianshavn, and Danish Architecture Centre.
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      It's Cold Outside

      A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Jan 27, 2015

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... catch up on some forgotten homework from the night before. So here I have found my home abode and I plan on relaxing and reading in between classes nestled on a leather bed ;)   After class we ventured to find Hans Christian Anderson's Little Mermaid on the harbor. The story of the Little Mermaid is one I enjoy, and an abbreviated version can be found <a href="http://entertainmentguide.local.c om/summary-the-little-mermaid-hans-chri ...

      Cold but sunny

      A travel blog entry by plspoon on Jan 17, 2015

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... to check straight into our room which was great because it was still only about 7am and it would have been a long day to wait till 2pm. The room is small but nicely decorated in an old building which has been refurbished as a hotel. The Andersen Boutique hotel if you're interested. She told us we could go in for the buffet breakfast so we did. After breakfast we felt a lot more human so took showers and then layered up the clothing and ventured out into the city. ...

      It's Beginning to Look A lot Like Christmas

      A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Dec 12, 2014

      1 comment, 154 photos

      ... We were able to see the underground, the royal apartments, and then chapel. The royal apartments were beautiful and so was the chapel, where people can still get married in today. After walking around the castle for a while, we walked back towards the train, grabbed some pølsers (a chicken sandwich for me), and headed back to Copenhagen to enjoy one of our last nights with our friends.

      Because we are really running low on time, a lot of our friends come to ur ...

      Back in Copenhagen :)

      A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Oct 28, 2014

      22 photos

      ... made us even more convinced that we had to buy all of the ingredients, so we did!
      As she walked away, Tom and me looked at each other and just said "typical Dane," because they seriously are all so nice. She waved to us as she was leaving after paying for her groceries and went on with her day.
      I've noticed that the grocery stores are pretty busy, even during the weekdays. I catch myself wondering when these people go to work, because typically people ...

      Wonderful Copenhagen and Scandinavian nights

      A travel blog entry by w14 on Sep 05, 2014

      41 photos

      ... a pain and you can’t change coins, only notes so we have a collection of Kroner in different currencies. So 1 euro ($1.45AU) = 7.5 Danish Kroner (roughly) = 8.35 Norwegian Kroner = 9.16 Swedish Kroner. So very hard to get a true sense of value of items moving around. But it is very expensive up there for all the basics. See you next time from the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Bye all and stay safe. Love to everyone, Colin and Denise ...