Hotel Rossini

Address: Gl. Jernbanevej 27, Copenhagen, Zealand, 2500, Denmark | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen

JIP Trip 2015

A travel blog entry by bean4lyf on Oct 14, 2015

11 photos

... a woman!

Anyway, after that we were told we were being taken to a specific part of town for food. It would have been lovely if Lewis had've navigated us properly and the bridge in Nyhavn was open to let us cross! Regardless of that, we still had fun seeing the sights and singing End of The Road with Sarah and discussing dogs.

We were going to do the Titanic scene and everything! Anyway, we've just got back to our room after a torturous episode ...

Almost ready

A travel blog entry by evamaria85 on Sep 03, 2015

5 days to go - I'm soooo exited :-)

Just about everything is ready, I've been vaccinated for:
- Typhoid
- Diphteria and Tetanus
- Japanese encephalitis

I've pack my travel pharmacy with:
- Multi-spectrum anibiotic
- Fucidin (a Danish equivalent of Neosporin)
- Chlorhexidine
- General painkillers
- Yogurt pills
- Topical ...

Discovering Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Sep 01, 2015

6 photos

... city.

We set off and went towards Tivoli gardens which we realised was a amusement park surrounded by a few gardens and plenty of tourists and they were charging some absurd entry price, so we obviously kept moving as we had no interest of riding any of the amateur rides there. We cruised out towards the Little Mermaid statue and came across a massive castle which was surrounded by some amazing gardens, tree alleyways and even had fully kitted guards with ...


A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Aug 29, 2015

16 photos

... wait, as if they have never had to wait in a line before. Finally get my ticket and begin the narrow climb up. The steps are moderate at first, but as you get higher, they get steeper and narrower, to the point where everyone stops to let people down who have been to the top because there is not enough space to fit two people on the stairs. Eventually get past the bell and end up outside, with absolutely spectacular views of the city and the surrounding ...

Copenhagen...where are your Danishes?

A travel blog entry by theevans on Jul 06, 2015

1 comment, 35 photos

... accommodation in Vesterbro we headed straight out for pizza. A full stomach had us feeling much happier and we spent the evening wandering around the Vesterbro area and beyond. Vesterbro is supposed to be an interesting area for cafes, bars, boutiques and culture, but we found it to be a bit slow (but not in the chilled sense) and scummy (but not in the interesting grungy sense.) To be fair though this may have been more to do with our state of mind and ...