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... got there I started following my "Lund on Foot" tour map and discovered that Sweden is, indeed, a part of Europe after all! I was starting to have my doubts, since all I had seen so far looked suspiciously like the US.
... museum with the examples (even though I probably wasn`t aloud to).
We went to Nyhaven and had danish icecreams and walked along the wharf and took a water boat tour.
We walked around to a train station and came back to Copenhagen annd had dinner and watched a little bit of T.V then went to bed.
LOL = kate adding her building to the exhibit shelf.
OMG = We got on the wrong water taxi.
... but the styles don’t compete. Instead Copenhagen’s architecture conveys the feeling of a natural progression in the city’s development.
When we finally came upon the smørrebrød shop, it was closed for renovations until July 30, so we grabbed a quick bite at a falafel takeaway and continued our wander. We relaxed in the King’s Gardens looking up at Rosenborg Castle, then meant only to check ...
... the window at Georg Jensen for that reason! We went into a tiny little tea shop that smelt heavenly and Sophie bought some delicious tea leaves to try later on. We made it to Nyhavn and it was just as beautiful as I remembered. It is truly a picturepostcard place. Nyhavn means New Harbour, although the canal was dug between 1671-73 and is one of Copenhagen's oldest. It is full of colourful old buildings, sailing ships ...
... them. Then we toured the Carlsborg Castle where the Royal Family lives in the winter. When not permanent residences there the Queen still visits every two weeks. And that us also where the Parliament meets. After the tour the bus dropped us at the airport at 1pm and we departed at ...
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