Hotel Sct. Thomas
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Golf Course
Photos of Hotel Sct. Thomas
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sct. Thomas Copenhagen
Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
In the wee hours of Tuesday morning I arrived in Copenhagen, by way of Detroit to Boston to Iceland. Though not my first trip abroad (I’ve been to Ghana multiple times) this is my first trip to Europe. During the first day, I was quite overwhelmed but during my first very short trip outside
I saw that bikes were “normal” out …
... Chamber! We spent five minutes in there!!!
It was time to gather the students and make our way to Vejen. It was a long ride, but we made it there after dark. We tried to follow the directions, but a sign pointed to the sports complex where our hostel was located. We followed the signs and went to the wrong place. We met with a guy who took us to the cafeteria before it closed. He was very helpful. We got our rooms and settled in. There was nothing to do in the ...
... the eighty third birthday party of a friend of Lynette and René. Heather Spears is originally Canadian but married a Dane and has lived in Denmark for many, many years. Sprightly and amazingly agile, despite having recently broken a leg while riding her bike, she is also a recognised poet and artist with her latest project being sketches of stillborn babies as memory momentoes for grieving parents. She had a group of friends round which included her son who ...
... they are like squatters, they have dreadlocks and hairy armpits and they are allowed to use soft drugs. The area is covered in Graffiti and junk, quite amazing really for such a new age city. Then we passed an area of Garden Allotments like the UK..but these have little houses on them.. People stay in them during the summer, they are not supposed to but the local government turns a blind eye. The rates on these allotments are low as the ...
... long term leases...
In theory it works so well, and it is apparently still to this day a desirable area, and yet it felt so stale.. there weren't many people out and the playground was surrounded by a concrete wall. I feel as though (just as in Malmo) this may be because people were at work and the neighborhood is simply ...