Copenhagen International B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Family rooms
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... Band-aids etc.
My visum came through last week, my passport is good for another 10 years, my insurance, through SafeAway, was booked today and my pepper-spray is waiting for me at my hostel in Delhi.
Most of my clothes are clean and ready on the couch to be packed on Sunday.
And my roomie Thomas have just taken me out for a goodbye-sushi-dinner, life is good :-) ...
... fitting to have a bit of fun reminiscing on what was a perfect day. We walked around a bit longer before heading of down along a few backstreets and admired the colours and designs of all the small town buildings on our way out to the waters edge. As we walked along, we found some more gardens and rivers which added to the character of the city and we were in awe of its beauty.
We finally arrived at the Little Mermaid statue and you could tell as ...
... and deciding to take a stroll through Stroget. End up having some nice ice cream and exploring the area a little bit more. Really is a nice area, if you get outside all of the crazy Asian tourists busting everyones heads to take pictures. Get a hot dog at one of the traditional stands along the Nyhavn, had not had a hot dog in a very long time, but tasted excellent. Make my way past the Playhouse and out of the city a bit and find an outdoor bar with ...
... amazing buildings adorned with sculptures, friezes, decorative brickwork and swaztikas...lots and lots of swaztikas...but more on that later. For dinner we found a quiet but well-attended wine-bar called Karma-man in a mostly residential street. They had heaps of deli-type options - pass (still not much of a fan of fancy cheeses and marinated things) and one hot meal option. This was a hunk of slow-cooked pork with a beetroot salad. Those of you who know ...
... a quick and dirty feel for Copenhagen. Bike Mike also had his own personal observations on Danish culture. Pointing out the hundreds of campaign posters put up around the city, he discussed seeing more and more young women running for public office. He also mentioned how successful the fledgling Alternative party is, and how it is an indicator for how concerned the Danes are ...