Skodsborg Kurhotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from Skodsborg
... We will be back to " normal" next week... Hockey camp starts on Monday and wynne is off to day camp... I'll be on my own during most of the days... It will be nice to have some of that alone time... But I will miss these guys... Our days together have been so great. I hope that the memories for them include some of the same ones I have of the trip and that 10-20 years from now when they look back they will remember what a happy time this was... I will miss blogging! See you soon ...
... but the styles don’t compete. Instead Copenhagen’s architecture conveys the feeling of a natural progression in the city’s development.
When we finally came upon the smørrebrød shop, it was closed for renovations until July 30, so we grabbed a quick bite at a falafel takeaway and continued our wander. We relaxed in the King’s Gardens looking up at Rosenborg Castle, then meant only to check ...
... culture and partly reconstructed shipwrecks. We even got to be a viking throughout the course of the exhibition, using interactive touch screens to barter, fight, schmooze, and worship the gods with. We failed miserably in the end, losing our honor and disgracing ourselves. I guess we backed the wrong gods? Anyways, later that evening we went out with the Maries again, and had some awesome Danish cuisine called Smorsbrod (prounounced sort of like that word we have that sounds ...
... forward thinking, green/environment enthusiastic, modern, obsessed with bike riding, clean and organized.
From dinner a local beer was in order before heading home. As we left the bar a bus just happened to pull up heading to the Bella centre. So we climbed aboard. 15 minutes later we were back near our hotel, 8.30ish. Tomorrow were heading to a new aquarium and planning a longer trip north of Copenhagen and local restaurant for dinner in the city. Lets hope it goes as well as ...
... type thing. Then it started torrentially downpouring, so we gave up and retreated back to the train station 2 hours early. But we found a Starbucks there in the station (COOLEST STARBUCKS EVER) and just hung out. We got back to Copenhagen around 7:30. It was so funny, walking out of the station it was like "yay, we're home!!" Which was unexpected but very cool. Malmö was nice, and the trip was a lot of fun, but I much prefer Copenhagen. It's much more vibrant, and I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking