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... a cute little church.
St. Alban Church
We then did a short walk around the Kastellet (Citadel) with armed soldiers patrolling the upper ramparts.
Copenhagen began as a Viking fishing village in the 10th century, and became the capital of Denmark in the early 15th century when Denmark was much larger, covering all of Scandinavia.
Now with a population of about two million, Copenhagen is the most populated city of Denmark and the second largest city in Scandinavia. Denmark has over ...
... and enjoyed a coffee ($ 5.00) at the Playhouse which is the site of their live theatre. From there we could also see the Opera House which is very impressive.
Near the Amalienberg Place is the Marble Church which we returned to later in the day because it was not open in the morning.
We continued along the waterfront and across the canal to an area known as Christianshavn which we saw on the canal tour. This area is ...
... and also having just come from Germany where it's so good. However, we've been following a blog written by a couple who travelled though Europe and they got away with it no problems so we stayed the night in a spot recommended by them. In fact we've started following them pretty closely. As they went our general direction, where we don't really have a preference we've ended up just going where they went. Anyway, the spot ...
... 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 ...