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... evidence of what was going on there. After about 20 minutes, if seen enough and so then went to find somewhere to swim. But the only place I found in the canal had to be jumped into and therefore get your whole body wet and I had no where to put my wallet and phone. I was hoping to leave it around my neck and go waist deep into water. Oh well. I did see a fountain sort of area that I could dip my feet into but two dogs saw it before me and were then ...
... is one of the few places I'd actually read up on before I came. I've teen trying to decide on the best way of describing the Tivoli, but the best I can come up with is it's a cross between a theme park, and ... something else. I can't think of what the other thing is, but it's a huge park that has heaps of restaurants, two open air theaters, rides and arcade games galore, an indoor theatre naff do heaps more. It's really very cool, and actually not as tacky as it might sound. ...
... outlines for trees. One horse had just fouled and frolicked in the paddock just across from our cottage. Bas watched it kicking up its heals at 4am one morning. Like uk the evening were long and light. Gregg's new house will have pleasant views over the countryside and sky which is missing in their present home. I would be totally frustrated by Danish rules and ...
... on some trains and explore outside of Denmark some more. We found ourselves in the south in island bryyga and the far north in Christianshaven.
We were about to call it a night and the we heard about a jazz bar in Copenhagen that was free some nights and a small fee other nights. It opened at 10pm till 2am with a live jazz band and then from 3am-5pm open for fun. We love jazz music and we were still ready for some fun since we still had some jet ...
... sum of about £20 each all-in. Delightful.
Full of lunch and now short on time we headed over to Ny Carlsberg Glypototek (B+ - but with substantially more to see). This is an art museum built around the collection of Carl Jacobsen who was son of the Carlsberg brewery founder. Although we only ended up with half an hour in there we found plenty of interest and more than a few reasons to come back here and get the ...