Scandic Ringsted

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

    Day 43

    A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 06, 2014

    ... far off. But really it's nice to have someone else who can relate to missing their significant other, but at the same time has their full support so there are no worries. I am always appreciative of my supports system, but times like this really make me love that I have so many people that care about me. I am excited to head back to the States with all of my new perspectives and stories, but not without a quick travel around Europe first. The adventure just keeps ...

    I am a Viking

    A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... Along the way, they invited me to dinner with them around 9pm. I wanted to go back to Monica's place, shower, and finally set my backpack down that had everything leftover from my room I wanted to take with me. It was nice to finally make it back to Monica's without any trouble. I was so proud of myself, and I even took the S-tog train. Around 8:30 I went to head back over to Vestamager. When I arrived, I realized that I had already met two other girls, Taylor and ...

    Final day of class!

    A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 04, 2014

    ... I can always have a strong appreciation for this. We learned about how old Danes used to predict the weather for the year by monitoring the 12 days right after Christmas. I also learned that they cooked twice a month making rye bread and usually a 5-7 year old girl would crawl into the oven and get the bread and brush away the ashes. This was while it was still hot! They also brewed a lot of beer to drink because they knew the drinking water was bad. Our tour guide said this ...

    Pentecost

    A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 09, 2014

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    I was lucky enough to have another Danish public holiday, so I did not have to go to class. That is always so exciting. I have been slightly freakin out that I am not going to have enough time to do everything I want to in Copenhagen even though I have a little under 4 weeks left here. So I am trying to make every day count. I have been on the edge whether or not to go to the aquarium or the zoo. However I heard that the Blue Planet ...

    A ride to remember

    A travel blog entry by finechina on Jul 08, 2012

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    I arrived in Ringsted, Denmark yesterday morning after taking two relatively short train rides from Sweden. Our friends from Nanjing live in a quaint town in the country and they picked us up from the station. As we drove through the lush hills, I noticed that there was a strange abundance of horses on every section of grass. Being my usual self, I said aloud "OOO Horses...!"
    Our friend (who's parent's house was the one we ...