Marieholms Gastgivaregard

Address: Kvarngatan 1, Marieholm, Skåne, 240 30, Sweden | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn is located on Kvarngatan 1, Marieholm.
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Travel Blogs from Marieholm

Welcome to Copenhagen - city of bikes!

A travel blog entry by davemccnz on Sep 11, 2015

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... countries, my mind goes immediately to Vikings and ABBA, which turns out is a pretty good description of the bulk of the people who live in the city. In saying that, given its size, location and proximity to Europe, it is a melting pot of cultures, faces and skin tones. However the Danes are hard to miss, stereotypically tall, fair skinned and in my opinion a very handsome & beautiful race. In stark contrast to Paris where I was of Sasquatch height, ...

The last day of my holiday

A travel blog entry by birteuk on Aug 09, 2015

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9.30/17*C After a relaxing day and evening yesterday I was ready for my last full day in Copenhagen and of my holiday. I still can't believe I am leaving tomorrow. And I still have to jump into that harbour. Hopefully tomorrow. Today I went to Helsingør where Hamlet's castle is located. Well, a bit of poetic licence here. It is about an hours train ride from Nørreport station in Copenhagen and even the ride has been described to be very scenic as it is ...

Copenhagen Day 2

A travel blog entry by bru48cas on Jul 29, 2015

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... table, great coffee, very shy but very nice and knowledgeable proprietor who answered all of our questions about the production of cashmere. One of those nice experiences that doesn't happen with a tour group. Then we hoofed our way down the main shopping street which was really attractive and with all of the big name barnds. You can tell there is money in this town. Wide avenues but necessary because there are aa lot of people out and about. Lunch was the best hot ...

Aalborg to Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jul 01, 2015

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... running parallel to the beach, were a number of wind turbines. A clever way of utilising space to generate power. The pursuit of a carbon free environment is very important to the Danes. As we neared Copenhagen the traffic began to build and the freeway became more congested, which was not helped by extensive road works being undertaken. We did a city orientation when we arrived around 6pm to get our bearings. Had a walk up the ...

Thoughts on Cycling Envy

A travel blog entry by cyclingcities on Jun 26, 2015

... are you listening, Salt Lake City?) Speaking of getting spoiled though, Malmo's infrastructure definitely isn't as consistent as Copenhagen's! It's definitely better than the U.S. and much of Europe but getting around wasn't as safe or intuitive. Perhaps the debate can rage on about their #6 ranking... a bit like non-urban planning dorks might disagree about some other rankings (sports, ...