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

Hillerod, Flower Farm

A travel blog entry by mayston on Jun 06, 2014

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... 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 ...

To See Or Not To See Hamlet’s Castle

A travel blog entry by katlikesjam on Mar 22, 2014

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... hot footing it from one point of interest to another. In our case, the second point of interest was a pub we stumbled across down a back street, we decided to pop our heads in and sample the local brew.

After such a full on day, we meandered back to the train station then back to the hotel via a little bakery where we bought a some sort of massive delicious pastry thing stuffed with almond, cinnamon and sugar. We also stopped by a little convenience ...

Peeps come to Copenhagen!

A travel blog entry by kdraper on Oct 18, 2013

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... to a place right around the corner called Bøg og Ost and sat outside with the locals. Tuesday was supposed to be cold and rainy but we lucked out and it was sunny and gorgeous weather! We woke up early to get breakfast at Lagerhuset and then wandered around Parliament and the Black Diamond library and gardens while we waited for the National Museum to open up. The National Museum has an exhibit up right now about Vikings that included interactive stations where you could go along ...


A travel blog entry by flyingkiwi on Jul 22, 2013

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... we lay for an hour before we crossed the river found this little restraunt. I got a chicken salad that would have cost about $22 nz dollars but I hadn't had nice salad in a while and needed it so just paid. Then we walked to this little market in this dodgy as area and we weren't allowed to take photos cause they were selling weed. It was quite interesting and kinda cool. A lot of dodgy people walking around. Then we ...


A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Jul 13, 2013

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... must be one of the most overrated tourist attractions in the world.

On our way back we walked around and through Kastellet (a well-preserved star fortress) as well as through Churchill Park. Back at Nyhavn, we headed towards Vor Frue Kirke via Strøget, Europe's longest pedestrian shopping street. It doesn't quite compare to Fifth Avenue in New York, or Oxford and Regent Streets in London, but it still offers a lot and the atmosphere is jovial. Vor Frue Kirke ...