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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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... at Katstrup airport, straight through to the metro, bought our tickets and off to the apartment. We were met at the metro station by the apartment owner and got directions to the apartment.
You may remember the shambles in Singapore. A nice young lady got her "smartphone" to satnav the directions to the hotel, and we walked for 20 minutes in the wrong direction. This time a nice young man got ...
... left before the whole thing was over - might try again tomorrow. Chris remembers this ceremony from 1976 and how “laid back” the guards were … nothing has changed and the guards are still the most “relaxed” in Europe.
After a bite to eat we returned to the hotel and were given the keys to our room. The hotel is the Copenhagen Admiral Hotel and is a former granary that was situated on the waterfront and ...
... stop, but the bicycles--not so much. And they are really zooming, too.
Tivoli Gardens is one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. It was a gorgeous day, so we strolled around and enjoyed looking at all the plants and flowers while listening to the squeals of the people riding the roller coasters, dungeon drops, etc.
Rich was looking at his phone and radar showed that a big rainstorm was headed our way. We couldn't believe it because it was so pretty, ...
... One needed to be like a mountain goat to make it up some of the steeper sections. I did not count the stairs, but it had to be close to 200. Finally, one exits the interior stairs through a very narrow door. At that point, a narrow platform rings the spire. The views of Copenhagen were stunning.
On one side of the spire, copper covered stairs began to ascend, winding around the spire to the very top. Supposedly, there are ...
... never knew that Copenhagen even had canals before coming here, but it is not surprising as it is made up of a number of islands joined by an extensive bridge system. Seeing things from the water always gives you a different perspective. A another great opportunity for more photos. Back on the bus and a 45 minutes drive out to the Frederiksborg Palace, built as the summer palace for King Christian IV in the late 1500's, was next on the agenda.It is ...