Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
The vacation started not so good with the limo being 25 minutes late to pick us up to go to the airport but we made it and still had time to eat some airport lunch. Next there were problems in Newark that kept us on the ground for an additional hour and then another 30 minutes in a holding pattern flying around the northeast. No problems we made …
... met Vera). The breakfast at the hotel was free and good, so I tried to fill up there, smuggle a hastily made sandwich past the Breakfast Warden (as Craig called her), and then have a dinner with Craig (who had worked hard all day) where I deliberately didn't do the currency conversion.
In Copenhagen, I managed to go to the national museum (interesting), up the Round Tower (nice view), on a canal tour (must confess that I fell asleep), ...
... you pay so much and miss out on so much!
Walked through the Amatienborg Palace (a spectacular square) and there was another spectacular sight... The Marble Church. Am I in Rome (no offence to the Danes) but a great sight.
I then went to Rosenborg Castle and had a look at the jewels.
Then to the Botanical Gardens for an exhibition on Flora Danica a botanical "bible" started in 1761.
... But such was okay,
and when we got to the Sorĝ Sullivans’ house on
Malbechs Allé, I was thoroughly impressed. Their house ...
... adorable and beautiful amusement park I've seen. With winding rollercoasters swirling around vined gardens, Old fashioned carnie attractions, unbelievable architecture and concept sculptures, we had a blast there, right up to the point were my Visa card stopped working due the my bank doing maintenance in Australia were my card wouldn't work for 6 hours, Great timing NAB! thanks for warning me haha! But after some mucking around we sorted it out and were on ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.