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Travel Blogs from Frederiksberg
... us to Nyhaven or New Harbour. I remembered walking along here in 1980 and it being a lively place. It still is!
We spotted the Canal Tour sign. We are always enthusiastic about seeing a city by boat and as we had limited time this would give us a great overview of the city and we could sit down while discovering it. We bought our tickets and boarded the cruise leaving at 6pm. By this time it was twilight and the wind was cold. I ...
Well I'm now actually in Copenhagen but I met up with Maggie from the fish shop and we did a little shopping (mostly window).
She also took me to "Stora Saluhallen" which reminded me of Queen Vic Market deli section - but also included meats and seafood - I thought Maggie would have had enough of that! Obviously not! Guys if you're ever ...
... but I probably wouldn't get it again), and brown bread chips (salty and good).
After breakfast, we went to Town Hall to meet our bus for the bus tour. We got seats on the top (better view) and the left side. While we didn't get good views of some of the stuff in town or the water, we did get good views of all of the houses and buildings the guide pointed out to us on the way to the first castle. Also, the bus windows were sparkling clean, so pictures ...
... place. We had lunch at the cafe of a
design school that Cecilie went to for a week-long workshop or something, and
it was delicious! The thing I had was a traditional Danish dish, and was called
"Christians ø Pigens Kryddersild," which was pickled
herring with capers and cream sauce. The herring (which of course is the fish
that the Knights Who Say 'Nee' used to cut down a tree :), was marinated in
some sort of nutmeg seasoning, and it was delicious! I ...
... for half a lap, now with just over a k to go, wondering if there were one or two people with me, and beckoning them through. They didn't go on the corner, though, but took me a few hundred m later, into the wind on the side of the oval. It was the singlet lady and a blue topped companion-in part I'd underestimated her, in part just been running at a pace I couldn't keep. I upped my effort to go with them, and they'd erred-they hadn't made it stick. We were together, in ...