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The drive to Charles de Gaulle airport and flight to Copenhagen from that time to arrival in out hotel was uneventful. Our rooms were unfortunately lacking in creature comfort so harsh words were exchanged with the management. Peta and Paul ended up in a larger room and we all ended up with a jug, mini fridge, chocolates, tea and coffee. In fact the service we got from the Duty Manager (Mette) was great and she dealt very kindly with the tired old ...
... it! Getting lots of reading done.
Suddenly we were in a new country with a new language and new currency! We think of Scandinavia as being homogenous, but the Danes are very different from the Norwegians. We seem to have all sorts of coins rattling around in our luggage as it is hard to use them up precisely by the time we leave a place. Another airport, another train system - we can do this! We did so well and got right to ...
... a little guide book made by DIS with the four stops on the scavenger hunt and a map of the city where the stops were located. It was then up to our six member group (4 of which I had never met because the groups were assigned) to get from one destination to another. Our first stop was Christiansborg- The Danish Parliament. This exquisite building has the highest tower in all of Copenhagen, in which we got to go ...
Denmark - a Hyggely Christmas
Since topping up our 'Spirit of Christmas' at Liseberg with Sandra we arrived in Copenhagen on a mission to bring our traditions to Denmark. First step was to buy the ingredients for Steph's Nana's Christmas pudding. Not an easy task when nutmeg is actually named (molol) and ginger called....
But after a few trips back and forth and a heavy use of google translate, we were in baking mode.
Recently we had been watching lots ...
... learned anything from the previous 5 catastrophes??!
Our final stop was Amelienborg Palace, the official residence of the Royal Family. We were lucky enough to witness the changing of the guard. Looking at the age of some of these soldiers, the changing of the nappy would be more apt!!
We finished our tour at Frederick V’s Marble Church. This was modelled on St Peters Basilica in Rome and is the 4th largest domed church in ...