Hotel Du Nord Copenhagen
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... Cathedral, on the site where Harald Bluetooth - after whom the modern IT technology is named - built the first christian church in about the 10th century.
Danish Queen Margethe was the first member of the royal family to be buried inside the cathedral in the 14th century. This started a tradition which has seen in total 39 kings and queens of Denmark being buried in this UNESCO World Heritage ...
... The living standard of some of the people is not what we would find acceptable. Nevertheless it is an experiment in alternate living.
Our next stop was the Rosenborg Castle which was quite a contrast from Christiana. The castle is a museum surrounded by beautiful gardens called the Kings Garden. The castle serves as a repository for art, furniture and jewellery gathered from various castles in Denmark. We presume it is also the ...
... spot and enjoyed some evening beach time again after dinner as it was a lovely sunny evening. Phoebe is getting pretty fearless in the water. She's never worried about the cold and she's now happy knocking around with loads of big jelly fish and crabs, definitely braver than her mummy and daddy! We were really surprised to get away with parking here as it turned out to be a real hub of activity with Zumba on the grass, ...
... like a diamond, hence the name. The hot chocolate was PHENOMENAL. They literally took a scoop of fudge and poured hot milk over it. It made the walk through the rain totally worth it.
We got the agenda for Amsterdam! Our schedule will keep us very busy. We have activities every day from 9am until 8:30pm at least, sometimes starting as early as 7:30 and some nights going until 10:30, however we do have free time during the day in between activities. ...
... automated. You buy tickets from a machine, and the trains are automated and run 24/7.
Our apartment was on the northeast end of Copenhagen, in a residential area directly across from a large park. We settled in, went and found a grocery store and a good Thai restaurant, and enjoyed a late dinner, watching the light finally fade from the sky around 10PM. The days are long here!
The next day we went into central Copenhagen and spent most ...