Skjalm Hvide Hotel

Address: Bygaden 1 Jorlunde, Copenhagen, Zealand, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bygaden 1 Jorlunde, Copenhagen.
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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen

A day in Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by on Aug 02, 2015

11 photos

... 20687;是噴出 340;熱氣,還 6377;內建的燈&# 20809;,晚上一& #23450;更美。一 忽兒,太陽 ;不見了,ߌ 8;片烏雲飄ű 42;,要下雨 102;,我們剛 2909;在雨滴飄&# 33853;前,回到& ...

Statues, Cycling and Cranes

A travel blog entry by dmandpeter on Jul 22, 2015

3 comments, 15 photos

... things are really moving here. I thought the riding of bikes was about fitness, flat land or the Dane's passion for the environment. No - it is about taxes - tax on new cars is 180%. A new Audi costs the equivalent of Aus $110K - if only I could sell mine here. Parents ride bikes that have little carriages in the front for small children - we saw one this morning with 4 children in the carriage! Off to Switzerland tomorrow, staying in Chur tomorrow night. cheers ...

Trip to Zealand

A travel blog entry by eanselm on Jun 28, 2015

16 photos

... On our way we saw many middle class country homes. A number had thatched roofs. Others had red clay roofs. most were moderately small but had lovely gardens. On the way to Kronberg we passed the magnificent summer home of the current Queen of Denmark. Kronberg was built in the 1500s by Frederik II. It is a renaissance castle and was named a World Heritage site a few years ago. It sits on the water that separates Sweden from Denmark and was used as a fortress ...

Jan Gehl, Norreboro

A travel blog entry by patkelsey on Jun 26, 2015

1 photo

... which I know is a
major goal that they have.

Our discussion yesterday was excellent.
Lots of topics covered and I’m excited to go deeper on a lot of them. One of
the things I felt was missing from the Jan Gehl discussion was the details
about what makes design “good” or “pragmatic” which were offered as solutions frequently.
These things are undoubtedly tied to local situations ...


A travel blog entry by heathermurphy7 on Jun 26, 2015

... the people, and I understand why people seem alright with the higher taxes, they realize their money is going towards systems that will benefit and help them in the long run. I so not feel this way in the US. I know in Colorado, my tax money is going towards widening a highway, which I view as completely unnecessary and a waste of $2.2 billion. With that amount of money, so much could be done! Today it was mentioned that 430 km of new cycle tracks, or ...