Hotel Djingis Khan
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... the couple from Cruise Critic who had also signed up, were already there. Unfortunately, it was not quite what they’d expected and, after a short discussion with the owner, they decided that this might not be appropriate for them, so he graciously refunded their money and they set off to find the tourist train that gave a guided tour of Copenhagen.
We then joined a father/son duo from Denmark, a couple of young guys from China, and ...
... train to go to Aquarium. It was very cool... and reminded me of Vancouver's, just not quite as big.
Tonight we met up with our fellow cruiser friends at an Italian restaurant for dinner - it was good to see our friends all made it safely. A half dozen of us headed over to Tivoli to watch the laser light fountain show.
... 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 ...
Today we woke early and caught a flight to Copenhagen. Upon arriving, we then caught a train over the sea to Lund in Sweden to see Matt and check out his pad.
After eating some delicious burgers with Matt, we were joined by Dez and strolled around campus. Due to a University carnival that was on, there were students in all kinds of fancy dress ...
... coming to CPH. And have a very nice chat with her, forgetting about time, and in fact I am 10 min late now for the opening! Then I spend 5 min at the ticket office persuading them to accept my online ticket (which apparently would have to be printed out despite a bar code, so much for online business...) and apologising to gazillions of tourists in the queue who hate me ;-). But I'm still in time for a fairly entertaining 'Highlights ...