Address: Milnersvej 42, Hillerød, Zealand, 3400, Denmark | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hillerød

Captains of Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by ashlynandtyler on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 35 photos

... New Harbor, learning about Hyggle (pronounced hue-glee, meaning cozy), seeing Hans Christian Anderson’s house, walking the Royal Palace and finding out that the Queen helped translate the Lord of the Rings into Danish.

Post-tour we decided to go to the famous Little Mermaid statue in the harbor. We weren’t all that impressed, but we did get to witness some soccer hooligans clothing the statute in their team's kit, ...

A little bit of Jesus

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 22, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... only a 'Merica thing. As I chugged my coffee, I made my way into the main part of the theater. It seemed like I was walking into more of a concert than a church. It was like Laketon Bethel on steroids. Lights flashing everywhere and a full band. It was actually quite good. We sang two really great Christian songs. A remix of Amazing Grace really got me. I've never cried during a church service, but for some reason this one really moved me. I definitely felt Jesus' love in my heart and ...

Hillerod, Flower Farm

A travel blog entry by mayston on Jun 06, 2014

8 photos

... Bas helped Gregg move some implements to sell and Gregg mowed off the docks tidying the farm considerably. We were content to walk around the farm, bike into town or walk through the Forrest. Mie returned us to the airport on Monday morning where i was apprehensive about our jet star flight, (after a TV programme portraying jet star in very bad light) but all was on time and all ...

Kristi Himmelfartsdag

A travel blog entry by taylorneese on May 30, 2014

4 photos

... to walk to the canals to watch the sun rise. It was beautiful!
The reason we didn't have class on Thursday was due to the holiday Kristi Himmelfartsdag which is Pentacost I believe. My professor said it was when Jesus rose to heaven, however he couldn't explain it further than that. He also noted that it was odd that this is recognized as a national holiday in Denmark, because they are not very religious.
After sleeping in to ...

The Darkest Days in the Happiest Place on Earth

A travel blog entry by molliecura on Dec 07, 2013

1 comment, 75 photos

... seems to pull through.

After that frigid experience, we found a cafe on the Stroget and drank hot chocolate with a spoon made out of chocolate until it was time to head to the airport.

While the trip was quite fun and the city itself is beautiful, I'd like to return in the springtime when I can focus more on taking in the sights and less on whether I was going to bite it on a patch of ice. My friends and I decided that our next trip will be south!