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Wonderful wonderful Copenhagen I arrived in Copenhagen on Monday afternoon and checked in to my hotel. The area around the station is not the best and it took me a while to work out I was staying on the edge of the red light district! Nothing wrong with that other than some seedy people wandering around at night! The hotel I stayed in this time was run by a charity and I thought I would put my tourist dollars to good work for once. The hotel ...
... of where to go for the work I want done here. The only issue is travelling with a tattoo, its a bit of maintenance for the next three weeks. I might hold off to NZ.
I did that load of washing on a wet and rainy day so didn't miss anything.
Big recommendation: Go to Christiania. It's not a religious spot, quite the opposite. Just south of the city is a self sufficient hippy & feral community where they sell weed, ...
... steaks. The cafe had about 5 things on the menu. So, we decided on the buffet as we figured it would have more options.
Since we had boarded early, we had time for a quick nap before the boat departed. The departure had a nice view of the city, but also of the windmills and the bridge to Sweden. It was worth being up on deck in the crowd. Later, we went back to the deck to see Kronborg Castle (the Hamlet castle we went to yesterday) from the sea.
With his help and advise we walked the short distance to the hotel which was
made more difficult due to the old cobblestone footpaths. Our wheels on the suitcases
didn’t like it at all. We booked into our rooms and then Aunty Sue and I walked back
to the train station, because we felt that there must have been a quicker and easier
way, once we had found our bearings and rechecked out the map. It ...
... there. This complex of 4 palaces, is where the royal family has lived since 1794. We followed the immaculately turned out soldiers and watched this very formal event. We also had a great conversation with one of the police officers on duty in the square. He provided us with a commentary of the event and gave us some information about the churches of importance and the royal churches.
When in Copenhagen, it is a must to see ...