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... Or perhaps my gloves were so cold that it wasn't allowing the snow to melt. We left Copenhagen on Boxing Day, and had a stop over in Malmo for lunch before heading on to Gothenburg. The train from Denmark to Sweden takes 30 minutes to get to Malmo, and travels over the longest bridge in Europe. I preferred Malmo to Copenhagen, but perhaps only because there was more open. We stayed in Malmo overnight on our way back from Oslo. It is such a nice city, it is quite old ...
... one started at 11am by the steps of the City Hall, we had 10 minutes to find our way there.
Nearly a thousand years old, Copenhagen began as a simple fishing village and a commerce centre. Copenhagen carries its history in its name. The original Danish name meant "merchants' harbour," and through German translations, became the popular name Copenhagen.
‘C’mon Chris,’ snapped Roisin. ‘Stop talking in to an imaginary camera ...
... in, the door would close. We lined up at around 6 where there was a massive amount of students all standing in a huge crowd, far from forming a line. Once the doors opened, it was complete chaos, with pushing and shoving, security screaming (in Danish), kids yelling and trying to yell and get through, etc. If it wasn't for me getting shoved halfway over the railing blocking us from getting inside, I don't know that we would have gotten in. Luckily ...
... more interesting. I only got a photo of the main entrance because while photos are technically only banned on the main street (where they sell all the drugs), no one was taking photos within the micro nation at all and I wasn't about to rock the boat. I walked through the entrance and was instantly surrounded by a strange combination of tourists, hippies and gypsy types selling bracelets or forks bent into odd shapes. Christiania has had its fare share of tough ...
... atop a salad or pizza, and never meant to be truly enjoyed as the star of the show - it's impossible to convince us otherwise, at least, not until we got to Scandinavia! It all started with a delectably delightful little sandwich we had while in Oslo, then one we had on the bus ride from Oslo to Gothenburg, and now a couple more shrimpy items today. Sublimely sweet succulent savoury small Scandinavian shrimps starting salivary sensations ... there is no better way to ...