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... seeing such sights as the Rosenberg castle where the Crown Jewels are kept, Amalienborg where Crown Prince Frederic and Crown Prince Mary live with their children, The Little Mermaid, the Copenhagen Museum, the opera house. I've had coffee on the fifth floor of a large department store, Magasin, which had a wonderful view of the Copenhagen Theatre below us. I've been down the famous Nyhavn Canal and taken a boat trip through some the canals seeing the city sights from ...
... inlet home to colorful buildings right on the water. It is a wonderful little place and quintessential Scandinavia, buildings reminiscent of Little Sweden, everyone's favorite Door County destination.
Walk through Nyhavn and continue to walk now along the Inner Harbor of Copenhagen. Walk along for a while, at this point it it pretty quiet as people are settling in for their dinners, as I walk towards Kastellet Park, a brilliant little greenery on ...
... that this time the weather would be kinder, and I'd actually be able to see things more than a few metres away.
With cheap flights from easyJet and Ryanair just starting from Luton, we took an afternoon flight to the Danish capital, and after arriving I met up with my Danish friend, Amalie and we spent the night having a catch up on old times.
The following day was spent exploring the ...
... I noticed there are a lot of old brick buildings around Copenhagen and most buildings aren't built too high. My hotel was in an old building and reminded me a bit of Vancouver Studios, where I stayed in London 6 years ago and will stay again at the end of the current journey. It looks like an old manor converted to a ...
... residence, Fredensborg Palace, but just looked through the gate, it was too hot and time was short to walk up the long entrance drive. Mary and Fred weren't home to greet us. We drove on to Fredericksburg Slot, it was damaged by fire and was to be torn down but was rescued by the owner of Carlsberg Brewery who paid for its restoration, and still continues to contribute. The Slot had huge gardens which we didn’t go into, too hot still, but the many halls were ...