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... overview of the City and its history and learn new trivial facts (I’m pretty good at dredging those up later). For example, the building boom that gave Copenhagen much of its memorable and iconic buildings was driven by the King and nearly bankrupted the City. Or, the little mermaid has (literally) lost her head *three* times. And the “old” town hall I mentioned the other day was actually built in 1904, so not as old as it looks. Anyhow, this was the ...
... to it's plethora of beer and prostitutes. Today it is a gorgeous strip of cafes and restaurants. It is also the place that HC Anderson wrote the Ugly Duckling, as it turns out. I enjoyed walking down there, looking at the people, and looking at the buildings. It looked exactly like the postcards I had seen before looked...really gorgeous, and so very European. It si the type of place that if I had time, I could definitely sped an afternoon, just sitting ...
... Despite the women's drug use, they understand that it is not good for children to see people using drugs or leave needles around, and that it actually inspired many of the women to want a child of their own and that they often had to counsel the women as to why this is not a good point in their lives for a pregnancy. She also said that in this area the first thing children are taught is to not pick things up off of the ground, such as needles. I really enjoyed the tour ...
... at the mouth of the Baltic along the trade routes between continental Europe and the Scandinavian countries and is the home to the Danish Monarchs including our own Princess Mary from Tasmania.
We completed loop of the city on the HOP On Hop Off Bus before alighting at the 17th Century Rosenborg Castle for a self-guided tour. The castle contains a fine collection of art, the Crown Jewels and Coronation regalia. We we out in time to see the formation for the Changing ...
... walks today I make use of my travel card and drive to CHRISTIANSHAVN. First impression: Less than impressive... Then I move towards CHRISTIANA and walk there on the embankment, and it gets nicer by the minute. CHRISTIANA is everything I expected and more. It looks like an impromptu gathering of anti-nuke activists who stayed and squatted in a run down old-fashioned industrial estate. I can't think of something comparable, not even the Kreuzberg of old compares. They seriously ...
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