Travel Blogs from Loddekopinge
... in the city centre. I met my old friend Toby, who lived in England as a kid, for lunch and we arranged to meet tomorrow night, then I got the train with him and walked back to the hostel. I missed the first happy hour of the night so only have one pint as I write this and I'm getting increasingly worried about supper I don't think they do it here. Bring on the chips...
*I tried to get a photo but didn't have a chance when it wasn't ...
... for a ticket to Berlin first thing tomorrow. Checked back in to the lovely Generator hostel and took a long walk down Nyhavn and by the water. Next I walked to a large park shaped like a star. Every bush was perfect. Lots of sculptures. Aah...Scandinavia.
Stopped, ate and bought some laundry soap. Going back to the hostel to do laundry. We'll see how this ...
word are almost silent. Can't even transcribe it phonetically). It means
"red berry sauce with cream," and it's absolutely delicious. The
berries are boiled and strained several times to give the sweet sauce a
viscous, pulp- and seed-free texture, and you take a very heavy cream that was
almost egg nog-looking (nut not -tasting) and pour it over the sauce. It was
delicious and I would love to have it again.
... like a giant V. The top floors are connected by a bridge passage way and there is a 'sky bar' which you can use.
The next morning we headed out fairly early and had a HUGE day of sight-seeing, returning to the hotel with sore feet and blisters! We started off at the Marble Church in town - a very peaceful and serene place to go in to. The paintings on the ceiling were stunning. We then visited the Amalienborg Palace ...
... which is still held together with race-tape, and still serves its intended function perfectly, although I don't think the electric bits work, but I haven't been game to try that in case it completely self-destructs.