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Metro Rail clean, driverless Regional Rail, tables and rubbish bags Bike lanes including their own traffic lights Cargo/child carrying bikes Wind turbines, even out in the ocean Garbage bins that lead to pits - no overflowing Wifi in trains and buses Pay toilets - always spotless Colourful buildings Low rise Superannuation Not so good... Graffiti - it's everywhere Cost of ...
... both young and old. We fitted in well - you can determine what category that we fitted into.
A great selection of food with the option of eating outside beside the water or inside near a wood stove. Being frogs, we elected to remain inside. The selection for dinner was the mixed spit roasted meats - a combination of smoked sausage, chicken and lamb accompanied by a salad that included berries and watermelon. An ...
... had recommended and it looked really nice but it didn't have smørrebord so we kept walking. We decided on eating at the Kronburg. It was very good and they had lots of variety! Once we were finished we left the restaurant and went back to the main walking streets. We then walked to the National Museum of Denmark but it is closed on Mondays! We decided to keep walking and we ended up making it to their parliament buildings. A horse drawn carriage went ...
... the sheer volume of it all, it took him some time to focus...then he started some buying. Harley and I left them to it. We needed food and to wander the next street for vintage gear and trendy boutiques...and donuts. We have won Max over for Denmark. He was sure there was nothing here for him and he had written it off. Now he is smiling and has a new mini shrine set up in his Copenhagen bedroom. This keeps us all ...
The Copenhagen region is the most proactive bike city I have ever encountered in my travels and is a model that is being adopted by the entire region.
Yes a modern first world city can ditch cars and convert to 100% biking if leaders and citizens are both willing to make the effort and see it thru. ...