Tulip Residences Copenhagen Centre

Address: Gyldenlovesgade 19, Copenhagen, Zealand, DK-1600, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Nyrops area of Copenhagen, is near Copenhagen Cathedral (Vor Frue Kirke), Cirkusbygningen, Somods Bolcher (Candy Factory), and Larsbjornstraede.
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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen

Back in Copenhagen :)

A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Oct 28, 2014

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... but of course not too cheap because don't forget - we are in Copenhagen). Anyways, we've been meaning to get oatmeal, as it's pretty cheap, healthy, and can last a while. We saw the orange sign which means there is a sale and were staring at the two different bags as if we were reading pig latin...well, Danish is pig latin to us.
We looked at each other and I took out my phone to start translating what was on the sign, just to make sure we were picking ...

Sea Day - to Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 09, 2014

... the starboard side with shore on our side for most of the cruise. For over two hours we have seen continuous large banks of wind generators at sea, obviously a good position because we have a strong SW wind of 20kn. Our last dinner....the diet now starts. We enjoyed a farewell cocktail just inside our balcony watching the lights of the various island communities of Denmark, passing under the large bridge ...

Willbee goes to Tivoli Gardens

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 29, 2014

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... sustainability. We have seen a lot of wind turbines around that use the wind to make electricity. Interesting History... Unfortunately not much of the original park remains (one notable exception is a wooden rollercoaster (Rutschebanen) which was built in 1914 making it one of the oldest in the world). Denmark was occupied by Germany throughout much of World War II, and during this occupation much of Tivoli burned down after it was bombed on June 25th ...

Copenhagen, Denmark

A travel blog entry by peeteeandjoe on Jul 31, 2014

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Copenhagen, Denmark was the last stop on our cruise before we ended in Dover.

Right outside where the ship docked we caught a Hop-on Hop-off (HoHo) bus to tour the town. This gave us the opputunity to get off and walk around and then get back on another to see the town

We enjoyed our day here. We also had the opportunity to look for antique stores. Joe didn't find any straight edge razors for ...

City of Spires

A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 25, 2014

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... sailboats and this is where Hans Christian Andersen lived and wrote his first stories.

We (actually I) opted to walk back to the ship from here. It took us a little longer than anticipated but the views along the harbor were worth it. We were lucky to get to dine at the Candles restaurant on the Wind Surf for the second time. The Candles restaurant is the Wind Surf’s steak & seafood restaurant that has tables circling the pool area at the stern of the ...