Scandic Ringsted

Address: Noerretorv 57, Ringsted, Zealand, 4100, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Noerretorv 57, Ringsted.
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        Travel Blogs from Ringsted

        Last full day in Copenhagen!

        A travel blog entry by kara.b on Jan 06, 2015

        18 photos

        ... another 18 minutes so we took a different bus back to the main station where we could take a train home. Once we arrived at the train station we got on our bikes and headed home. We arrived home around 7:15pm. Anders, Vicki and Dan had already eaten when we got home. They made homemade pizza and salad. It was very good! One was bacon, mushrooms, tomato sauce and variety of cheeses and the other was bacon, feta and leeks. I liked the one with the tomato ...

        First Day of school!

        A travel blog entry by kara.b on Jan 05, 2015

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        ... to be cancelled but we ended up getting on the 166. The bus was very packed because everyone was trying to get on it. You were squished up beside everyone around you and the bus driver actually didn't allow everyone on the bus because it was so packed! We arrived at the school around 7:50am. We then met Mia's friends and went to meet a new French exchange student. We then helped show her where our first class was. We had biology in room 12 with Carsten. They ...

        Mardi Gras Ball

        A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Aug 30, 2014

        1 comment, 6 photos

        Tonight was the last event from our social package, the Mardi Gras Ball. Some of my friends and I made masks to wear, as we were told that costumes and masks were more than welcome. As soon as we left for the ball, at about 6:15, it started to pour. And it pours really hard in Copenhagen; raincoats and umbrellas are a must almost every day. We walked to the bus stop, which is directly next to the metro stop in our area, ...

        Day 43

        A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 06, 2014

        ... a great sushi buffet. Because there is glass and doors to open, you know no one is sneezing on your sushi rolls. It was so nice because I was able to try a bit of everything. We spent probably about 3 hours at the sushi restaurant and got home around 10. Monica was tired, and we needed to pack the suitcases. She did laundry and I finally washed my smelly tennis shoes. That was a good part of my day. Both of us sat in her room texting our boyfriends. I love that I ...

        I am a Viking

        A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 05, 2014

        1 photo

        ... the bow. I was quite skilled and landed three arrows on the target. I was embracing Katniss Everdeen of course. I did get a wicked string burn on my arm for a bit. Then, we tried spear throwing. I decided that I wasn't too great at that, and if our group were to be Vikings I would have definitely been the one to shoot arrows. We moved along to see some horses, and cows in the distance who I guess have been living in this area for 1000 years now. That is pretty impressive. ...