Thor's Hall Guest House

Vallorakken 1, Koge, Zealand, DK-4600, Denmark | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Koge

The Darkest Days in the Happiest Place on Earth

A travel blog entry by molliecura


... But layer up we did and we headed out on a boat tour on Sunday morning. Needless to say, we were the only ones crazy enough to go out onto Copenhagen Harbor and its canals. A heated covering on a boat doesn't do much good when it's sleeting... The highlights of the tour were getting another view of Nyhavn- quintessential Copenhagen, and seeing Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid statue. Poor gal has had her head chopped off a few times in her 100 years but ...


A travel blog entry by daniel_hr


... and then found a park with a instillation of smart design ideas and inventions. We then slowly made our way back though the city to the hostel and then the airport to return home. CPH was awesome, couldn't fault the holiday. I'm so glad we went for our first holiday abroad and I love the general approach to life and values the city has. If I go back I would be keen to do a walking tour to explain some of the history etc and check out the Christiana ...

Copenhagen-1. Feet-0.

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... that's like being a huge Usher fan and meeting one of his backup singers, or being a huge Bryan Voltaggio fan and meeting one of the chefs who work at his restaurant. It was very cool.
Anyway, the tour started in the "meat" building of KBH, an interesting local market. The market itself consists of two buildings that are basically year-round farmer's markets. The stands all sell locally-made items ranging from chocolates to beer and everything in between. I did also see an ...

Day 4 - WHAT? Only day 4?

A travel blog entry by adamsmally


... have a big illuminations show in their fountains. Think Fantasia but smaller and Danish style! After that stunning show, we were pretty beat and so headed back to bed! Plus this place is expensive so money is tight! Today we are chilling, having a big danish breakfast and then crossing Oresund Bridge to Malmo before we get another night train to Berlin tonight. We also have a ferry crossing and so I'm pretty buzzing about that. Plus Oresund bridge should be cool. Till then blog ...

A gorgeous day in Denmark

A travel blog entry by shari2285


... outside cafe in the square. We met a lovely couple who sat down next to us who had been out walking their black and grey coloured spaniels. They spoke wonderful English which was nice after having a little confusion trying to read through an all Danish menu !! Lucky here Kim speaks Danish but I guess we may be reading many more menus that we do not understand once we leave Denmark !! Fun ...


This hotel, located on Vallorakken 1, Koge, is near Kunstmuseet Koge Skitsesambling and Koge Museum.
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