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... great communal feel in the apartment block.
On our last day we went to Tivoli gardens which is a historic fun park in the middle of Copenhagen. The gardens were really beautiful and there were a bunch of rides. It was a much prettier version of the royal show. Check out Aranaea's fairy floss in the photos.
Copenhagen was heaps of fun. Seeing a familiar face was great after a few weeks of ...
... you must go there! Maggie also bought me a slice of Swedish Cheddar!!! Which is quite good!
We then met up with her partner Lari and had a few ales and later dinner. It was very entertaining.
I went for a wander today and visited Copenhagen's food hall - Torvehallerne. Not as big but smelled great!
Tomorrow - some tourist attractions.
... for a moment. She was getting ready for
work, at which Uncle Dennis and I were to join her later that day for lunch, so
... view fishing village and Danish countryside , visited the Peace palace where the royal family live for most of the year no one home but able to wander around their gardens quite amazing as no security as such we could have been anyone they are very trusting. Next stop was Fredericksburg palace built in the 600's amazing place had a tour of the coronation chapel, ballroom and state rooms, carlsberg brewery own it and the land surrounding and have restored it as a national heritage ...
... where not a lot happens, specially outside the capital, but still people seem to have this sense of equilibrium that makes them enjoy the simple things in life and behave in a very tolerant and positive manner. All the people I’ve met shared those characteristics, even counting with my Portuguese friends living there and my first Ukrainian host, once again a proof that environment and culture itself can change your ways.
Goodbye Denmark, see you ...