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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
We awoke with the sound of interesting noises from human interactions echoing around the courtyard of the hotel - some obvious enjoyment happening!
Walked past the construction site for a metro station, down the main shopping/pedestrian/tourist strip to the waterfront, and on to the inevitable boat tour of the harbour and city canals. …
... with 6 or 700 runners...Pete and Matt chat with another couple of Aussies. Home for Thai food and the last game of Carcassone. Sad to leave after a week together...but we'll see them again down under....and we fly to Copenhagen.
Drizzly in Copenhagen, we find our e -hotel very close to the station. However this place has no reception staff, check in is not til 4, and our room details were emailed to us, according to the signs on the wall! Lots ...
... hour-long ferry ride through the channel, from
which we saw many of the city's most famous relics. The buildings were
spectacular, amplified in beauty by the sparkling weather, and one feature that
stood out to me was the ocean smell: similar to that in California, but also
unique. In Hawai`i and Okinawa, the smell of the sea is not as detectable, but
in Copenhagen, there definitely was a fresh ocean fragrance that painted the
scenery more delicately.
... back in row 43. Tried watching a movie, but found it too difficult as the screen was dull and the noise level in the cabin too high. No where near as quiet as the A380. Fortunately the flight wasn't full and we had 3 seats between us so could spread out a bit. Three and a half hours later darkness fell with arrival at Dubai clocking in at 2245, having gained two hours in terms of local time for a flying time of just under six hours. On ...
... 1A into the city again. Not sure where we got off, but it was near a beautiful marble church. This is the church that apparently the royals visit every week as their main church, it is just down the road from the palace. There seems to be quite a liberal approach to the royals here, as there is no large enclosed entrance, like you would imagine. Can just walk in. there was a museum that we could have gone to, but there were so many people.