Danhostel Helsingor Vandrerhjem
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Today is Sunday, January 4th, 2015 and we are heading to the Helsingør castle. This was Hamlet's castle. This morning I woke up around 8:05am. I am trying to gradually wake up a little earlier each day to get back into school mode. Anyways once I woke up I went downstairs to have some breakfast. I had my last fruit parfait because tomorrow I probably won't have any time! This morning I made my fruit parfait with strawberry yogurt, granola, blueberries, clementine pieces, grapes, ...
... a market to get some wine for the cruise and we went back to the hotel for a rest. We rested for a couple of hours and then went out for lunch/dinner. As I mentioned yesterday, it is very expensive here. We each had pizza and a beer - the bill came to about $50. We needed to walk it off, so we found the Round Tower. It is an astronomical observatory tower built in 1657. Most of the climb was a circular ramp, but ...
... our hotel - maybe the hop on bus might be more for us. It is 9pm and the sun is just setting. There is a 1 hr time zone difference to England we are now 8hrs behind Australia. It is so different walking around in a non English speaking city for the first time on our trip. Using lots of visual clues and whilst watching a movie in English the ads are in Danish - our language immersion program. We are actually pretty lucky cause most signs have Danish and ...
... the double centre line and the other traffic, and my GPS instructed me to turn left down some even smaller street - which was where all the other cars were also going. I rode along that street for a little while and discovered what the holdup was - all these hundreds of cars were waiting in line to enter the paid car parking area for Bakken! It seems it's a hugely popular attraction. Being on a bike I was able to find a free park that was off the road and out of ...
Our last morning in Copenhagen and we took a quick stroll into town from the hotel, visiting Hamleys and a couple of supermarkets. We bought the first mascot for the van, Erik the Viking, and stocked up for the journey to see Sophie and Thea. We took the coast road up from Copenhagen to Helsingor, which was a great choice as the coastline was beautiful with Debbie and I trying to imagine a scenario where we could live there. A short hop over ...