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TravelPod Member ReviewsNimb Hotel Copenhagen
The Nimb is located on the grounds of the Tivolli garden and amusement park. It is said that Disney came to get ideas for his park from here and you can see some of the similarities. The Nimb has only 17 rooms and they are very well appointed. The hotel is surrounded by five star eateries and has bikes available for visits into town.
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We took a train from Copenhagen to Helsingor to see Kronburg Castle on Ben's recommendation. we thought about doing a bus tour, but he thought to do it independently would be considerably cheaper and it was. Our training skills are improving and we managed to get there and back without much probably despite most things being in Danish. The trip only took around 35 minutes and run along the coast where they were many beautiful ...
... glaciers (admittedly out the train window but still was awesome). We stayed 2 nights in Bergen (sadly not much sleep on first night as our apartment was upstairs from a bar that was open until about 3am but the town, well amazing. We took a cable car to the mountain behind Bergen and looked out over the harbour and the town. Very, very pretty place. The pictures will hopefully convince you. We definitely both liked Norway. After training it ...
... 9:00pm and we just came back from our evening of frolicking to the city and back. It was drizzling a bit but not cold so we put on rain jackets and had a good time. There was a concert at the city town hall and they were singing Abba songs that sounded quite good, we saw a group of singers in beautiful costumes on stage, upon further investigation we noticed they were Drag Queens. We left….
Another odd thing that we have noticed is ...
... t find the right place to go. So after an hour or so we gave up and just walked around the suburb to see what was there.
We went to an old entrance to a town that doesn't exist and is currently and office block and small center for their military.
We also saw an iron man triathlon which was cool.
After this we too a stroll back to the markets via the queen and opera house.
... in memory of Hans Christian Anderson's tale of the Little Mermaid, the royal residences and bridges so tight the barge nudged its way through. The buildings were spectacular, even though they had been burnt down numerous times throughout history. We stood right in front of Crown Princess Mary's house. Not even a fence separated us from the front door, but alas no royals were home today. Even the queen, who lives in the house next door (20 meters ...