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TravelPod Member ReviewsRichmond Hotel Copenhagen
It was a little bit of a disappointment.
At first glance it seemed a little bit old, but not surprisingly as it was nearby the train station and a bit cheaper than the hotels you'll find near Nyhavn and the centre.
The second night we returned to the room and the showers had no hot water, and the sink was just spitting out dirty yellow water. The receptionist moved us, but that second room had dirty towels and smelled of cigarettes (the entire hotel has No Smoking policy). We ended up having to stay in a twin bedroom, when we'd booked a double.
The only redeeming factor is the continental buffet breakfast which is included in the price.
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Made a weekend trip to Copenhagen on a Friday evening until Sunday afternoon.
It was quite easy to get from the airport into Copenhagen Central Station. There is a train that leaves from the airport regularly and is fairly affordable.
Copenhagen felt fairly quiet throughout the weekend, and it is really quite a nice place to visit …
Well folks, this is the end of another adventure, as tomorrow we start the long journey home.
we have just had 3 full days here in Copenhagen,. Unfortunately our run of good weather came to an end and it has been a bit wet, but it has not prevented us from seeing a lot of this city.
a hop on/off bus combined with a canal boat tour ensured we saw all the famous sites, such ...
... and other objects that are centuries old and not touching.
We saw a lathe in what looked like a dining room…. It was a true piece of furniture. We didn’t recognize what it was till an older man who works there told us. We saw the throne room that had several propaganda tapestries; I didn’t even know that there was such a thing.
Next we went into the basement that they have turned into the treasury room. It had ...
... just a few of the attractions of this vibrant city.
Our start of our tour was to the famous Little Mermaid , the number one attraction in Denmark. Our visit this day was to a sea side village called Dragor. This village was first settled by farmers in the 16th century. We strolled through the cobblestone streets pausing briefly to study the local housing in the area. Being there gave us the ...
... and super fun! We went on tons of rides, including many I thought I would be too scared to try. They had a wooden roller coaster that had just turned 100 years old this year! It was very fun, especially considering how long ago it was built. It was made to model after the fairytales of Hans Christian Anderson and went through a mountain with a waterfall. The strangest part was that in the middle of cars for passengers, there was a carnival worker who sat ...