Zebra Hotel South

Address: Colbjornsensvej 8, 8260, Viby, Zealand, 8260, Denmark | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Viby

JIPTRIP Copenhgan 2015

A travel blog entry by thomassh on Oct 14, 2015

11 photos

... our surprise you were able to smoke in the bars and clubs, which in a small and stuffy room it felt a bit claustrophobic. However, on Thursday night we went into one of the main clubs in Copenhagen, which is probably why it cost 100kr to get in. At first we were curious on what music they would be playing. Their DJ's actually had a pretty good mix of music. Most of the songs were in English, then a few Danish songs. Their current top 40 includes the likes ...

Irene Wong

A travel blog entry by aspenchi on Aug 25, 2015

25 photos

... of their Wi-Fi to see if she might be connected. She walked up when the Wi-Fi rejected my request and told me to bug off. We had quite a bit in common and a few minor differences. The entire time I stayed with her she kept looking for things to do. The first things she listed off were the museums. I was a little worried she was going to make me go through all the museums with her. We ended ...

Quiet Day in the Forest

A travel blog entry by jbowles on Jun 10, 2015

4 comments, 23 photos

... hot... We discovered we have a huge accessible forest just behind the camp with loads of mountain bike trails. Perfect, shady adventures for Prego; a bit like Birk Crag. A lazy afternoon as yesterday's driving and sunshine suddenly hit us. Luckily, the clouds eased off and we had some good rays. I nipped to the supermarket for supplies on my bike early eve (on my own...... on roads!!...... achievement indeed!!) Jon stayed behind and brushed bog ...

So you think Denmark is quite similar to NZ?

A travel blog entry by copperfreckles on Feb 08, 2015

... from another in their atmosphere and what they provide, so many students will try out different Friday bars during the semester.

The classes are also different - which is both a good and bad thing. It's good in the sense that, because the classes are smaller than I am used to, you get to know your classmates a lot better than you would in a larger lecture hall. It is also more discussion-based with a lot more interaction ...


A travel blog entry by meetthefolkers on Aug 28, 2014

2 comments, 38 photos

... the streets. They had a big jumping castle area where Indy, Alfred and Lili had a great time. We felt like it was a smaller version of Amsterdam - canals, paved walk ways and bikes. Shopping wasn't high on our agenda in Denmark - it was really expensive for us. One coffee shop where we had a delicious brunch charged $10AUD for a cup of coffee or a coke!! Yikes!!

We also went to one of my very favourite stores - IKEA. It was just like Australia but with even more options - ...