Danhostel Helsingor Vandrerhjem
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A huge day today !! We drove into Copenhagen and after parking, walked to the square where we were to pick up our tour bus !! a quick pic with Hans Christian Anderson and flying walk through the council building we started to head north on our Castle adventure. The area was just gorgeous, many beautiful houses along the coast, obviously a quite well to do area. The scenery was magical. Our first Castle is one of the further most north eastern points where you can ...
... shopping for our evening meal was next then a short stroll to investigate some of the cafes in our area. We found a cafe called Cafe Dan Turell 1977. Dan Turell was a controversial, unruly, experimental writer and poet who loved this city and its people. He was born in 1946 and died of esophageal cancer in 1946. Wendy and he share the same birthday 19 March.
Wednesday was a very good day in Copenhagen
Jeff and Wendy
Today we were at Helsingor on the Danish side of the Oresund looking back at Sweden. It's only a matter of 4kms between Sweden & Denmark at the narrowest point apparently.
Elke had to work today so I was in the capable hands of Per. We walked around the cobbled streets, looking at the old buildings & the many shops selling cheap alcohol to the visiting Swedes. A ferry runs very regularly between the two countries with alcohol ...
I'll start this one again with "sorry mom," but when i had the opportunity to get tattooed at Royal Tattoo, one of the worlds greatest shops, i couldn't resist. The beauty of it was that i got to see more of the coastal part of Zealand by taking the train north to Helsingor, on Denmarks east coast. The Eastern coast line, runs along from Sweden, and is gorgeous. The landscape is quaint and inviting, with houses like estates, nothing like you would see back home. ...
... i was ready. As soon as i grabbed my luggage it sunk in, it was like i never left here. To my surprise was greeted by Karin, Asger and Naja (Danish family) and settled immediately in the basement. It is going to be an exciting week with going to Noma, getting tattooed at Royal Tattoo, eating as much rye bread as humanly possible and washed it all down with a healthy amount of Tuborg; of course the main event being staging at Henne Kirkeby Kro with Chef Cunningham ...
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