Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
Finally in Copenhagen.
Long flight arriving late on Sunday evening. When I got here I couldn’t contact the person
who was to hand over the key to the apartment and I got a little
discouraged. I called the number he gave
me, but got a recording (in Danish). I
just listened for a beep and left a message hoping he would get it. He didn’t, but he called my number ...
Today we travel by train from Oslo to Copenhagen.
Train travels about 4 hours to Goteborg in Sweden where we then change trains for another 4 hour trip to Kobenhavn. Lush scenery, water, harbours, impossibly green forests, or maybe we have just been in the desert for too long.
Villages set in rolling farmland with a summer blend of bright green through to wheat yellow, patches ...
... time with J, BB, C and OB, and if I could I would love to continue travelling like this. It’s been one of the best trips in my entire life, and I wouldn’t change a thing about it.”
InterRailling was one of the best things I have ever done. I’m so glad that all the organisation and preparation that I had put into it came out so well. If you ever get the chance, do it. It’s well worth it. It seriously is.
... ready to eat. Polar bears are majestic and beautiful animals but their sheer strength and power can never be underestimated.
After the talk we went back to cabin 4085, dragged our cases out from under our beds, and started packing away the things we wouldn’t need again this cruise. It was then time for us to go up to lunch. We ate it out on the Marquee ...
... and then caught a bus back to the hotel.
The square was lovely as it was on dusk and we were on a park bench just watching the world go by again. We walked up to the Tivoli gardens and waited for a bus.
Another great day. Really love our hotel and the best thing is that it's opposite one of the largest shopping malls in Copenhagen. Wonder how Robert feels about that one.... :) (some fun shopping ahead I ...