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... brew. They seemed surprised to see us but were more than accommodating and we picked up 4 bottles of Pilsner for about £8-10.It was very good beer too.
Then it was simply a case of jumping on the train back and heading back to the hotel via a cheeky little bakery opposite Central Station called Andersen's (A-) which did a magnificent almond/cinnamon/pastry thing for about £4.
All in all, a mighty fine first day in Denmark.
... finished designing and building his own in his New Nordic design class. He took us through the galleries, explaining each designer, and the evolution of materials, construction and forms.
We parted ways with Vince until dinner. Shortly after, he was spotted by a local street fashion photographer, who captured his “look", which was posted on Copenhagen Look Book today. www.copenhagenlookbook.tumblr.com
Chris and ...
... parcel of the unnecessary stuff was dispatched to Cobh (turns out I may not need that weber kettle BBQ and my tuxedo after all!) Lesson learned and lighter bike moved along nicely by freshly fed limbs. We have a saying in Ireland ...."sure I was aeten (eating) road"... and by 1600 we were at Ringsted, 2/3 of our day 1 trip. Alistair finding the hills tough and kept pointing to the myth that Denmark is claiming to be a flat ...
winnie had some ideas about what to do and see. She had a list of possibilities and it was very exciting to have the opportunity to go and see these with her, especially as she knew the language and this was her country.
We knew the time would go quickly so we had to make the most of it as this opportunity may never come up again.
We made our way to the foyer and winnie had a major conversation in Danish with the receptionist, ...
... but has outdoor tables on the canal so we enjoyed both at "beer o'clock".
We walked back over the main canal and through Castle Island, the home of the Danish Parliament and the old Stock Exchange before turning right into Kobmagergade, our apartment street. Today provided us with some great memories on our penultimate day in Copenhagen.
Jeff and Wendy.