Zleep Hotel Ishoj

Address: Ishoj Norregade 1, Ishoej, Ishoej Municipality, South Zealand, Zealand, 2635, Denmark | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Indre By area of Ishoej, is near Rosenborg Castle, Arken Museum of Modern Art, H.C. Orstedsparken, and Geological Museum.
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    Living the food dream!!!

    A travel blog entry by freffles on Jul 26, 2015

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    ... no avail. But I know he's there! He can't fool me!! Philosophy n3rd friends will go wild. This morning I went to the Coffee collective for a cappuccino and a bag of beans, then on a 3-hour free Copenhagen walking tour-wowza! Met a girl named Natalie and we got some hot dogs. Then I went to a restaurant called Host for the best dining experience I've had since Vancouver! I got the Signature Host menu with the wine ...

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    A travel blog entry by hankphan on Jun 28, 2015

    ... They prioritize sustainable development and practices in almost every aspect of their community. Also, the bike infrastructure and public transportation elements tied into the accessibility of the development so well. I am definitely inspired by the way this development have shaped the environment, residents, and the city as a whole. The rest of Malmo was lush and spread apart until we hit the city core which was almost the same scale as Copenhagen. The city core was thriving ...

    Climbing Vor Frelsers Kirke & Seaworld Bonfire

    A travel blog entry by xxiong on Jun 23, 2015

    ... and asking for opinions on projects and designs that the people might not even like. Something that Jeff mentioned that stood out to me most was that we want life, space and then buildings but the process is actually the opposite. It doesn't make sense to me that this is the case; why aren't cities taking on this people first design?? *Note to self: use this design when trying to change the world. After the talk, we took a bike tour to a couple of spots around the city. We saw ...


    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 19, 2015

    ... traffic and was able to just enjoy and take in my amazing surroundings. Smoky outdoor cafes... steely gray stone pavers...4-6 story buildings the color of burnt sienna...

    That night we all met up to have a welcome dinner. I can't remember the name of the restaurant, but the interior was a very hipster design with lots of wood accents. Dinner was delicious.. fish, chicken, potatoes... Most of us ...


    A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Apr 30, 2015

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    ... money on weekends. And they were on the map anyway to see. Both were nice older cities with culture. I wouldn't pick them as favorites. But what I gathered from Germany is the language barrier is hard. They don't know any English. I hate classifying a country in a bad way, But I found everyone in Germany incredibly rude. Maybe that's why cologne and dussledorf have no significance to my travels. I just had no good experiences there. I bet the larger cities are ...