Hotel Sct. Thomas

Address: Frederiksberg Alle 7, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1621, Denmark | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Frederiksberg area of Copenhagen, is near Frederiksberg Have, IMAX Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Copenhagen City Museum (Kobenhavns Bymuseet), and Frederiksberg Alle.
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    Travel Blogs from Copenhagen

    And so it begins...

    A travel blog entry by mmtetteh on Jun 19, 2015

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    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 …

    Shortie post

    A travel blog entry by heathermurphy7 on Jun 27, 2015

    ... them and the more questions we asked, they started to loosen up a bit. A few people seemed to really enjoy speaking with us, and we talked for 20, 30 minutes with some people. I feel the initial part of going up to strangers and engaging them in conversation is the most difficult, and the most stressful. It is hard to talk to strangers, and even more difficult to interview them. Danes seem pretty reserved overall, so ...

    The Torso.

    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 25, 2015

    ... that one of the current goals is to get more stores into the lower levels of some of the apartment buildings so there is more activity all day (rather than just when residents are home from work). Nevertheless, the development truly felt human-scaled, comfortable, safe, and interesting.

    After seeing the Copenhagen courtyards, I was a little perplexed trying to think about how the "ourness" of those shared spaces can be created in other ways. In Malmo, this ...

    Jan Gehl

    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 23, 2015

    ... and now looking back I am horrified. I love my city so very much, but there is no mistake that racial divides are stark and threatening to public justice, well-being, and vitality. The great American myth that ANYONE has EQUAL ABILITY to pull themselves up by their bootstraps and move through the social ladder is a dangerous fantasy that many if not most of the privileged has deluded themselves into believing in order to make a case to withhold resources from those ...

    Sunny but Cold Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by jimtrap on May 23, 2015

    1 comment, 195 photos

    ... more than few times on the way around.

    The Chapel was small but had very ornate pews to decorate what is otherwise a spartan space.

    The walk back to Helsingor was interesting ! There was a jazz festival in the town in the afternoon and hundreds, if not thousands of young people were making their way down the streets. Ghetto blasters large enough to need a wheelbarrow to carry them, trolleys and carts full of the amber nectar, fancy dress, and ...