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... Denmark Sandwich shop that we would come back to for lunch. To her delight, Annette found a fabric shop. It was time to duck back home before we headed off to see another mate Mike for a bike tour. A quick check of the bikes, all good, so off we headed.
Our bike tour was with Bike Mike, Copenhagen's Ulgy Duckling - not made up, tis on his promo material, was just down our street - Sankt Peders Straede. There was about 15 ...
... br> little streets everywhere. In saying that, walk for long enough and you will find yourself in a area that you are familiar with - the city itself is not very big.
I would highly recommend:
- The Copenhagen Free Walking Tour: it is a great way of seeing many of the main sights of a city and allows to you become familiar with the layout of the city. If you are like me and a solo traveller, it is also a brilliant way of meeting others ...
... place was more entertaining than the game itself.
The fans would scream back and forth, and yell different cheers that everyone knew. And these cheers were constant. In fact, when KÃ¸benhavn scored, the other team lit flares and threw the flares and cups of beer onto the field, really close to the goalie. In fact, there was a lot of smoke ...
... records show there was a church there since 1267 but it is thought there was one there in the 1100s as a centre to a Scandinavian market place. The spire was 159 metres high but was struck by lightning in 1651 and again in 1820 causing major damage to the interior and some vault walls collapsing. The restoration took 20 years and the steeple is now only 123 m high. Compare that to QV1 building in Perth which is 163m ..and this 159 m was built in the 1500s !!! Amazing ...
Aarhus University, Copenhagen Campus - we rode our bikes there, to find out about a Master's program that I had read about. It was exciting to think that we could live in Copenhagen and go to school.
On our last night in the city, we went to the little bar (called Kind of Blue) right outside the building where our flat was. Very quickly, a local introduced himself to us (Pierre) and we ended up having a great time ...