Thor's Hall Guest House

Vallorakken 1, Koge, Zealand, DK-4600, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vallorakken 1, Koge, is near Kunstmuseet Koge Skitsesambling and Koge Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Koge

Day 23 and 24

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 18, 2014

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... it was a beautiful sight. When we left it was about 10 and I was suppose to help Monica back to her kolliegium. Taking on look at the map I was so confused and I had never taken the bus 1A before--or at least known where a pickup was. We walked around Norreport and Central Station and the city square for about a hour and a half. Monica spotted a grocery store so she shopped for a bit. I got a couple thinks like grapes and yogurt and bread and ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on May 27, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... some more but I want to buy the whole store. After I decided to make my growling stomach happy by finding some food. I have seen a lot of people with sandwiches so I wandered for about 15 minutes trying to find them. After deciding I was starving I went back to the first shop I had passed and realized this was the one I was looking for. I made a sandwich I had no idea if the things I was pairing would tasted good- it did don't ...

To See Or Not To See Hamlet’s Castle

A travel blog entry by katlikesjam on Mar 22, 2014

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... carvings on the wooden pews, golden chandeliers and pictures of biblical characters with their signature expressions of woe. Once you’ve had about as much as you can take of marble floors, extravagant fire places, mullion windows and more oil paintings than you can shake a stick at, you can descend down and take a wander through the bowels of the castle. If you chose to do this, you will need to wrap up and take a torch which can be bought from a ...

Day 2 in Denmark - Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Oct 23, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... the castle also, filled with paintings and heavily decorated rooms. We saw some royal thrones and 3 silver statues of lions. We all commented at how busy the rooms felt and it wasn't a calm or appealing environment to live.

There are beautiful parks everywhere in Denmark and just outside the Castle there was one which we walked through to get to our next destination. We walked through some lovely old streets which are just for pedestrians. There are many walking ...

First Impressions of Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by kdraper on Aug 20, 2013

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... Our next stop was Amalienborg Castle which is the home of the Danish royal family. It was a very unpretentious square with buildings that were beautiful, as all Danish architecture is, but not very castle-like. The professor at this location told us of how the Danish royal family is loved by the country with a 70-90% approval rating. He also explained that there is not any mania surrounding the family and that the princess rides her bike to pick up ...

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