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... was more adventurous than I’d usually have, though I did secure a guarantee from the server that there was no fish in it. We then wandered, as we so enjoy doing, around the city as we slowly worked our way back toward the ship. The slow meandering got more purposeful as the skies darkened and then it began to rain. Fortunately, we were just moments from the ship when the rain began.
I left Cathy at the small outlet mall right ...
... lives in the Amalienborg palaces.
We had booked on a tour of the Danish Parliament at 13:00, which was fascinating. We were told that the Parliament occupies 1005 rooms and takes up a small part of the Palace. Past Prime Ministers, in their last term, can arrange for their portrait to be painted and hung in the Parliament. The paintings of the men (all men so far) are quite different, some very "modern".
... in trying the baking. When we completed the circuit we swapped onto the tour from yesterday and headed to the Royal Palace. This is actually four identical buildings set around a very large courtyard. We saw the one that is the home of Mary and Fredrick, and the balcony they stood on for their wedding snaps. They were actually at home but didn't come out to say hi to the Aussie visitors. Our visit actually coincided with the changing of the guard, so we were treated to this ...
... are gone for the break.
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We had a fantastic day walking through both Amalienborg Palace and Rosenborg Castle. Amalien Palace is the current residence of the Royal family. This includes Prince Frederick and Princess Mary. Their flag was waving at the top of their residence which meant that they were at home. We saw the changing of the guard at midday. Inside the palace we saw a number of preserved rooms ...