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... mirror, where I could see a firetruck and police car with their lights on a block back of where I turned. We were the only car on the road it seemed, and then we slowly started to notice a sea of rainbow flags in the crowds and on the buildings. Turns out that we had just arrived in the midst of Copenhagen's Gay Pride day, and we'd been one of, if not the last car allowed to turn onto the parade route before it was blocked off ...
... washing even more!) A leisurely start to a beautiful pristine morning of blue sky and crisp fresh air, after breathing London's pollution. A magnificent variety of local produce fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, Danish delights and western food for breakfast, best of all being the most delicious pate on crunchy grain bread - that gave us galloping gourmets a good start for our adventures. Both suffering foot problems, we opted to familiarise all that Copenhagen offers ...
... a lunch break which was pizza.
When we came back we spent four hours to get Maggie's tattoo. it looked awesome. Pretty much the whole of her thigh.
Right at the end i got a 8mm mini tattoo.
Dinner came about and we just got some salad and went back to the hostel.
Thursday 28th August 2014
... at the end of it we all agreed to meet for breakfast in the main dining room and then parted to head off for a short rest before the show which was a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. It was fun – none of the entertainment has been heart-stoppingly incredible, but all of it has been enjoyable and entertaining and well worth the hour or so they take.
And…that’s it. Tomorrow is a sea day and then the whole thing is ...
... slight disappointment tonight at Tivoli - we also wanted to have a hot dog or sausage while there, but every Vendor stand's offering was less than stellar, sitting on the griddle for far too long, and beginning to shrivel up. So instead, we sucked down our churros and then gorged our faces on hot dogs, huddled across the street from Tivoli, in front of the train station - like a couple of hobos! Expensive Scandinavia, what have you done to ...