First Hotel Marina

Address: Vedbaek Strandvej 391, Vedbaek, Zealand, 2950, Denmark | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Vedbaek Strandvej 391, Vedbaek, is near Frilandsmuseet (Open-Air Museum), Karen Blixen Estate, and Molleaen River.
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    Travel Blogs from Vedbaek

    Museum Day

    A travel blog entry by gilbotravels on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... was a need to rebuild national pride. Found artifacts are prized and celebrated now. With tired feet we pedalled to Nyhavn for a canal boat ride. The fresh air of the bike ride and canal boat trip rejuvenated us. We saw from the harbour many of the sites we had cycled to/past yesterday. Taking a harbour tour is always a favourite thing to do. Biking back to our hotel we zipped past the rush hour traffic. Why would anyone drive a car in ...

    Farewell Scandanavia

    A travel blog entry by bru48cas on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... my steps from this morning to get those photos and given that it was quite cold, you can imagine the degree of enthusiasm for the task. Back in the hotel room now and about to pack. We should probably get a rake and haul all of the stuff into the centre of the room as it is spread from one end to the other. (We are not untidy, we just want any burglars to think that have arrived too late. Smart ...

    The actual happiest place on earth

    A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... we walk past half millennia old facades and don't' even realise.

    With that depth of history and the worlds oldest surviving Monarchy to entertain you can understand why their millennia long generational brinksmanship has led to a city with a palace at every corner. They literally don't know what to do with them all. We hop off the canal tour ...

    Random Observations

    A travel blog entry by cyclingcities on Jun 23, 2015

    ... about the food itself. I wonder if they're that rude to Danes.

  • I may never be a morning person (or a coffee drinker) but at least I'm getting used to regularly climbing four flights of stairs. No wonder the Danes are so fit!
  • Biking through the city by myself is so much fun. Not only does it give me much-needed time to process all that I'm seeing/experiencing. It also makes ...

  • The Day of Summer Solstice

    A travel blog entry by sydney.herbst on Jun 23, 2015

    Day 5:

    This morning we met at Jan Gehl Architects for a lecture. The office was beautiful and our lecturers were super nice. The lecture itself made perfect sense to me and it made me feel so inspired. Jan Gehl's approach to planning is to plan for the people. Start with the people, then public space, and then buildings. Figure out what the people want and how you can plan a street according to their ...