Hotel Fy & Bi
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... perspective. I've been up the Christianborg Tower to capture panoramic views of the city. I've had lunch at a street food area where Lynette suggested a smørrebrød, the iconic Danish open-faced sandwich, which is eaten with a knife and fork. The knife and fork is made of icicle stick wood instead of the ubiquitous plastic. A nice touch. Danes take their food seriously and pride themselves in eating fresh and organic. It seems to work for them as there ...
Well after a day of travel we are settled into our digs in Copenhagen! Great little apartment in the middle of the city, this should be perfect. Now off to find dinner.
So on a recommendation from Carson, who's apartment we are renting, we went to the Kobenhavner Cafeen and had an amazing meal.
Started with a couple of dark Carlsberg beers, Angie ...
... of town near the cruise ship terminals. On the far end of the Park is a little statue of the Little Mermaid, which is the basis for the famous movie. Everyone is clamoring for a picture with the little gal, similar in size to the little boy in Brussels, the Mannekin Pis. Take the obligatory picture and make my way slowly back towards the Nyhavn district to check out the dinner options. End up at a place with a great view of the entire area, and have a ...
... the city - beginning with the parade to the royal palace, before heading up to the Little Mermaid statue, trying to take pictures avoiding half of China who had also decided to visit and make photoshoots alongside the small model.
After enjoying the view, and walking through the Kastellet, we made our way down to Nyhavn, where we met up with Amalie, and sneaked on a free boat tour of ...
... paintings and decorations chronologically showing Denmark's history . Perhaps the jewel for us was the second floor filled with a biography of the wonderful Queen Magritte seen through photos and clothes from her child hood through her growing up, her ascension to the throne with a video of the announcement from the palace balcony a few days after her fathers death, to the amazing array of dresses and costumes she has worn on her official duties. The castle is set in ...