Hotel Niels Juel
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... is that all the major shops are closed on this day.
The trip to Helsingor north of Copenhagen took about 45 minutes by train and the walk at the other end to the castle about 15 minutes.
DKK90 (AUD$18) each to enter the Castle to see the Royal Apartments, the Casemates (Dungeons) and the Chapel. Guided tours and more extensive areas to visit are DKK140 +.
Kronborg Castle has a claim to fame in that it is the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet ...
... out again...it has been 3 months. It'll be an uphill chore.
--Read...a lot. We hear retired people to do that.
--Take a nap. We hear retired people are able to do that too.
--Start writing. We hear retired people have time to be creative.
--Do a Sudoku a day. We hear retired people can start new hobbies.
--Get to know each other without jobs taking up most of our waking hours.
--So far the 26th year of marriage has been pretty ...
... glaciers (admittedly out the train window but still was awesome). We stayed 2 nights in Bergen (sadly not much sleep on first night as our apartment was upstairs from a bar that was open until about 3am but the town, well amazing. We took a cable car to the mountain behind Bergen and looked out over the harbour and the town. Very, very pretty place. The pictures will hopefully convince you. We definitely both liked Norway. After training it ...
... we were enjoying so much.
While expensive (a definite theme in Scandinavia) Copenhagen was certainly a favorite stop and we really enjoyed taking in the city. All sorts of advertisements around town claim that Copenhagen is the happiest city on earth and while we didn’t do much digging into the evidence to support this, we certainly understand why it might be.
Until next time…David & ...
... to say I had a great lunch. The Greasy Spoon is a cool old style diner run by tattooed men, they do a great job. After lunch, I made it over to the bus top again. I knew I needed to take 6A but I waited forever and no bus was showing up. Just as I gave up and opened my umbrella to walk to the next stop, two 6A buses passed me. That was just my luck. So I walked to the next stop and waited for the next 6A. I at least had wifi ...