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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 …
... was so good to listen to the girls stories about their lives in their home country. They all have stories of hardship to tell. They are here in Denmark studying. Denmark offers free university to all EU citizens. All have part-time jobs to cover living expenses. As it is very expensive to live in Copenhagen, the girl from Latvia live out of town. She commutes 2 hours each day by train.
What a great night, but its time we left and we arrive back ...
... it had sustained
irreparable damage inside the case with a nasty bend Mine had a
similar problem in England which Pete was able to fix.
was a lot colder this time – sun, cloud, wind and rain. By the
time we arrived at our hotel and got sorted, it was early afternoon,
so we wrapped up well and walked the streets, taking in the sights in
our neighborhood. We lunched late and decided we could do without
dinner and ...
... us a delicious dinner. I feel bad because she is quite the foodie while I am better at the simple dishes. I need to work on that I think! But she prefers to cook so I did the cleaning, I think that system will work fine. In Europe there is not much open on Sundays and Mondays, and we didn't feel like drinking. It is ridiculously expensive here, around $10 just for a beer at our hostel. We decided to just have a quiet night and go to the ...
... was a bakery in the station before, but alway thought it too busy for me to go in with my mountain of a bag on my back. However, they had only recently opened when I got there this time and therefore it was practically empty. I wish I had of taken a picture, but the array of baked good was incredible. There seemed to be every type of bread under the sun there, from rye to spelt to French baguettes. Then there were the numerous ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.