Zleep Hotel

Address: Marbaekvej 6, Ballerup, Zealand, 2750, Denmark | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Marbaekvej 6, Ballerup, is near Frilandsmuseet (Open-Air Museum) and Latin Quarter.
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      First full day in Copenhagen and Tivoli!

      A travel blog entry by kara.b on Dec 29, 2014

      10 photos

      ... shops. We then decided to eat our apples because we were getting a little hungry. We then went to a ride called Hans Christian Anderson because it was inside and we were kind of cold! We then walked over to this ride where you sit on a swing and go very high into the air. It was fun but freezing cold, so after we went and got hot chocolates! They gave it to you in a rectangle Tivoli cup so I kept it. We then continued to go on rides and walk around until 4:00pm. At 4:00pm ...

      Copenhagen - All a girl could dream of

      A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Sep 24, 2014

      3 photos

      ... incredible photos of the city which was great.

      We then met another guy from Deakin who is doing his exchange in Copenhagen and had dinner with him at a local food market (great pizza) which was great as he showed us things we wouldn't have otherwise seen or ventured near.

      The next day we planned to go to the "Danish riviera" up North with apparently beautiful beaches and hamlets castle or something like that, but after hours ...

      Copenhagan - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 07, 2014

      6 photos

      ... elegant. I dare not think about how much it is worth. The whole set was put together in 1840 but some of the gems had been in the family since the early 1700's (thanks google) After salivating over the jewels I made my way to Rundetaarn tower. This tower sits at the end of Trinitatus church. It was built in the 1600's by Christian IV. Chris really liked to build stuff, maybe thats why the country went broke. Anyway, I really liked this tower, there should be more like it. For a ...

      We're home again

      A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 31, 2014

      4 comments, 2 photos

      ... and washing day. It was quite good not having to worry about that today. Colin and Mary picked us up from the airport last night which was really good of them as it was about 1am by the time we got out of the airport. It is always nice to see a familiar face when you arrive home from a holiday. Now we settle back into home routine for 18 days before we head off to Victoria in the caravan for the music festival at Mildura. Life is never dull.


      Busy day in København

      A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jul 07, 2014

      51 photos

      ... architectural project.

      We took a bus to the canal, and then took a canal tour of Copenhagen. We were able to see many things, such as the Opera House which cost 2.5 billion krones, the back of the Little Mermaid, and countless other beautiful buildings. I was also the only person in the whole day able to name all of Frederick and Mary's children: Christian, Isabella, Vincent and Josephine. The guide was quite impressed, and Anne and Ida ...