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... Eurovision Countdown Clock!! Unfortunately we were 40 days too early but you can't have everything.
The following three blog pages take you through the day-by-day trip but for those of you short of time here is a quick summary.
Immense city - 5 stars out of 5! Full of culture, great food and drink and plenty to keep you coming back time and again
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Copenhagen hasn't been too eventful recently. We have been traveling so much that most of the week has been filled with work and repacking. We went on a city walk instead of having my 8:30 class which was fun. Our teacher is the best and showed us a lot of little hidden places with history that I never would have stumbled upon if I had been wandering around by myself. We have also been doing a lot ...
... fixed on "bagsing" the better of the beds in our twin room!!! Alistair made it to the hotel by 2030 and after showers and food we are about ready to crash for a well earned sleep. A tough day 1 but with all adjustments now made, day 2 should run smoother. Tomorrow we are back in the saddle at 0900 and our target is 110 km west of here to a town with the unfortunate name of Middelfart. Will blog tomorrow eve with some photos. ...
... different types of bread, and then there is an assortment of meats and toppings. We chose the platter that had fish, chicken, and spicy sauces. It was beautiful. The coffee was great too and the view was of the canal with all of the old ships.
After lunch we then went on a canal tour where we saw, the palace, opera house, naval base, the little mermaid, and even saw a carlsburg pub on the canal. It was a lovely tour. I didn't realise the carlsburg beer ...
... the top, even on a wet day, shows off the old red clay rooftops of the old city and gives a great view of Kings Park and also Kobmagergade, the walking street we are living in. This street used to be filled with butcher shops and merchants shops and during WW2, was the home of the Danish Resistance (our building was reportedly used for some time as the secret headquarters of the movement.)
With a break in the rain, we headed off on our short ...