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Yo we woke up early at 8 and then went to the supermarket for breakfast -- peanut chocolate bar To the famous street and had a buffet, it's not bad, really not bad and relatively cheap here but I'm not satisfied. But anyways we continued to the castle paid the ticket that didn't need to be checked. Learned that why the castle built I'm clockwise (didn't know is ...
... for my drink and after he opened it, he said 10 Kr. I stood for a second and laughed really? He laughed at me too...thank goodness someone was messing with me. I asked three danish girls at our bus stop if they were also going to Distortion and they were so they kind of took us under their wing for the next hour or so. Two girls were from Aarhus- the second largest city in Denmark and the other was from Copenhagen.They were very nice, and I asked them a lot ...
... for the tender boats. As it was Sunday not a lot was open but it made it much easier for our tour less crowds etc. Waiting on the dock were about half a dozen young girls all dressed in Swedish costumes handling out long stem rises to all the ladies which was absolutely gorgeous. I gave mine to Melody our little Philippino girl who looked after us most evenings. When we returned to our cabin last night Johnny had made us a towel ...
... means that it has an isolated feel, stuck out on the corner of the coast controlling the "Sundet" between Denmark and Sweden.
You can get a shuttle bus down to the castle but the walk is only 15 minutes or so and it is well worth doing. There is a cafe and a "cultural zone" in front of the castle grounds which can be explored at your leisure, but it is the castle itself which is the reason for being here, so on we go.
... this part of Copenhagen. Anja led us to a lunch stop right next to the round tower, which we walked up after lunch. Incredibly lunch had a gluten free option for me, thanks to Anja we were able to work this out, and we all enjoyed a sausage, some with bread and mine came with a potato and I think turnip mash. It was really lovely food. Then Anja introduced us to a favourite treat of William’s which was sugared almonds. They were still warm and oh so addictive! More ...