Copenhagen International B&B
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Family rooms
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... Hop-Off bus map. 55 minutes later as 11 was approaching we made it to Town Hall Square just in time for the tour. Our guide Emma was originally from Copenhagen but had grown up in Ireland, just returning to Denmark, this was her second week guiding! Lucie and I exchanged worried glances and off we went. As it turned out, she was better than average for a free tour and we enjoyed it very ...
... countryside to see some more of the real Denmark and hopefully escape the pushy Asian package tourists.
Having said that, it has not been over crowded, although it has been busy, but there have been no long queues.
The locals have apologised for this week's weather. The showers weren't as bad as yesterday, but the thermometer has not hit 20. We have been told it should be sunny and as high as 25! But you can't have ...
... and swapped food stories over our shared dinner. The owner/chef Matt Orlando himself came out to talk about each dish and at one point even bussed our plates. His humility and love of his craft was apparent and made the meal amazing. He had previously worked as the Head Chef at Noma before he started his own restaurant and the chef at Noma had also recommended Amass as the other restaurant in Copenhagen as a must-eat. Despite getting lost on my bike in ...
... which is the longest in Europe before finding a place to sit and have dinner. Italian tonight. It is lucky it stays light for so long as it was after 8pm when Jan and I reached the 'Tivoli' a highlight of Copenhagen. It is enormous with beautiful gardens, numerous restaurants, amusement rides, open air theatre and shops. We wandered around for nearly 2 hours before deciding it was time to head back to our hotel as we have an early start ...
... enjoying the beautiful day. We wandered around a little after leaving the garden and watched people enjoying the canals. There were tour boats, people sitting along the canal and small boats with people enjoying wine and cheese on little tables in the boats. We ended up at the new Copenhagen library next to a large canal where we found lots of people reading and enjoying the afternoon sun in lounge chairs and at tables provided by the library. We got drinks and spent some time ...