First Hotel Esplanaden
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... which was about 5km out and was actually cheaper. It was pretty basic - portacabin showers for example - but perfect for what we needed. We headed into Copenhagen on the bikes the next day. We didn't really have anything in particular to see but had a lovely day riding round. We visited the botanical gardens and a few other parks (Lib was concerned that I was making an effort to go to the parks as we'd read in a Bill Bryson book that secretaries ...
... were built during his reign. Never mind the fact that he lost Denmark 4 wars and reduced Denmark's size by 1/3 as well....
Since it was built, it was renovated and expanded until 1624, which is what it looks like today. It is a beautiful castle, with really pretty gardens. It was very grand, as you'd expect, with also portraits and statues of other Kings, such as the King of England and the King of Sweden of that time. It gave me a sense that ...
... attend a Catholic mass, I was okay going to a Christian church. Like all things in Denmark though, the service was a big production. It took place in a theater. It was called Hillsong church, which I found is also in the U.S. Their church I think was also called No Other Name as in no other name than Jesus. As I walked in music played and chandeliers hung over head. We walked over and got a cup of free coffee, that was delicious. Jessica asked me if they had donuts to but I told her ...
... headed back to the hotel for a quick rest. After an hour or so, we headed back out for some dinner. At a very Danish restaurant......Wagamamas....not so Danish then! It was a lot more expensive than in England. And afterwards, off to Tivoli! Tivoli is an amusement park located right in the middle of the city next to the train station. It was originally built in 1843 and some of the current rides are over 100 years. It cost 99 DKK (£10.75) to enter on a 'grounds ...
... of a casino in Las Vegas, except with lots of kids. The ceilings are all curved and painted blue with clouds, simulating the sky. The actual sky is nowhere to be seen; there are no external windows of any kind. Within this facility, all kinds of activities are available for your entertainment, including:
· A climbing wall
· Bungee jumping
· Indoor skiing
· Ice skating