Skjalm Hvide Hotel
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... When Tim plugged the coordinates into his GPS it showed we were somehow on the other side of the city. Asking at the desk, we found out there were 3 Radisson Blu hotels in the city and we were ...
... houses along a canal with many, many outdoor restaurants.
Nyhavn, Copenhagen, Denmark
We chose a table outside the Nyhavn C (http://www.nyhavnc.dk/) to watch the crowds pass by. First up were 2 Carlsbergs, the beer made ...
Copenhagen began as a Viking fishing village in the 10th century, and became the capital of Denmark in the early 15th century when Denmark was much larger, covering all of Scandinavia.
Now with a population of about two million, Copenhagen is the most populated city of Denmark and the second largest city in Scandinavia. Denmark has over ...
- There are more bikes than people.
- Leave your Danish to English dictionary at home; you won’t need it. Everyone speaks English.
- The restaurant scene here is incredible.
- Christiania is a city within Copenhagen where they have no rules. If you want to go to Copenhagen but laws aren’t your thing, Christiania is the place for you. If you’re the type of person ...
... couldn't stomach it for a third day and did only an hour to stop just outside the Danish border. We found a nice aire by the water in a place called Flensburg. We cycled into town and did some much needed shopping (in TK Max!) for odds and sods before the expense of Scandinavia. We've filled up a few more nooks and crannies in the van with supplies and have decided to have a tea-total month - or at least reduced ...