BEST WESTERN Mercur Hotel
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... where the Queen's summer residence of Fredensborg Palace is attractively located in the middle of a lovely park, bordering the idyllic Esrum Lake.
The next highlight on your tour is Frederiksborg Castle, built by King Christian IV in 1601 - 1625. This pearl of history, built in magnificent Renaissance style with a touch of baroque, is now a national historical museum, containing treasures of painting, tapestry, porcelain, silver and furniture.
... but because you walk off the ship and into an enormous park, filled with trees, and hidden statues, and birds and flowers and (if you're like me) you've got to stop and see it all.
One statue was very visible out on the water, 'The Little Mermaid' but there were so many more to discover and find. Adding to the beautiful park ...
... i'm sitting in a beautiful square in Copenhagen, drinking a Carlsberg (what else?) and trying to get used to the fact that it's nearly 7.30pm and it feels like its the middle of the afternoon. I think that the whole light thing is going to take a while to get used to. But anyway, it's very pretty, and relaxing, and it makes me so happy to be back in Europe. It's been far too long. And even though this is my first time in Copenhagen, it has a very ...
... idea of what they were doing. And then here we were, fresh (okay, maybe not so fresh at this point) off a nearly two-week holiday bouncing around Britain, navigating Copenhagen with minimal references to the map and reminiscing about how long it had been since we were in the city last. We knew that Britain was going to be the last major trip of our European adventure, and being there on Frederiksborggade and revisiting our old stomping grounds ...
... War II, Denmark succeeded in sending more than 7000 of its Jewish citizens as refugees to Sweden where they avoided deportation to the camps. I didn’t know this.
From there, we cycled to the Glass Market where we bought ingredients to make dinner for Vince and his friend, Hannah. Hannah is also studying at DIS, visiting from Smith College. Chris made a meal of steamed mussels with a frisée and fennel salad. Vince went to the corner market for frozen French Fries, which ...