Hotel Du Nord Copenhagen
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Hotel very well placed, near Central Station, the Tivoli, and the main City square. Our room was not very big, as is common in the Nordic countries, but neither too small as we also have had in this city (Generator), in Stockholm or Helsinki. So, despite the years that have passed, probably I would likely choose this hotel again if I had to repeat a trip to Copenhagen.
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Today I travelled over to the town of Roskilde. I went down to the Viking Ship Museum, which shows five partially reconstructed viking ships and displays information on the history of the vikings. The museum was, however, rather small and there wasn't much left of the ships that were on display.
I then headed up to Roskilde Cathedral. This …
Today, I made my way over to Hillerod, site of Frederiksborg Castle. This is a very picturesque Renaissance castle, surrounded by a lake, and the inside is fairly elaborate. There's lots of detail on Danish history from the Renaissance through to World War II.
After spending some time exploring the town of Hillerod, I made my way back to …
The weather was a bit dreary this day and was fighting some jet-lag; nonetheless, I set off to explore the city a little to the north of the hotel.
Navigation became a bit easier when I saw and remembered from a previous European vacation that a lot of the street signs are posted on the sides of buildings. European streets tend to be …
... here and there. We also didn't bike on much cobblestone either, so that was great. I've never been so afraid of cobblestone before in my life. I noticed that there is so much graffiti in Copenhagen. At first, my initial reaction associated it with being almost ghetto/slum-like. However, the more I ride and am able to really see the stories and talent behind the artwork, I see how it adds to the sense of place for Copenhagen. There are a lot ...
... br> The more we see of Copenhagen, the more we are reminded of Amsterdam with the rubbish in the streets. It really does detract from the beauty of the place.
Dinner for tonight was at LeLe Vietnamese Street Kitchen. Enjoyed the flavours and the busy restaurant. Half hour walk each way was good for for us.
Of course, the sun and blue skies returned at 7:30pm - just as the old folks are heading for the barn !! Nice end to the Copenhagen sojourn.