First Hotel Marina
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... to get on the bus and start heading back to our bikes. We got off the bus at an earlier stop because Mia wanted to show me a huge candy store called Nuna Slik. We both ended up getting a little bit of candy. It was a store where you could pick and choose what you wanted. Once leaving there we checked 3 other grocery stores for the æbleskiver. We ended up finding them at an Irma. We headed back to the bus stop but then saw that it wasn't going to be ...
... settled into "local cool life".......As The local Danes were sipping on "TUBORG" I surveyed the scene.....clean cut .....chic and savvy. Their English is better then ours and they are friendly and hospitable. I'm already a convert to their suave and sophisticated understated "techno trouser" life style. Even our car from the airport was totally electrically powered and the driver's English was perfect........more than can be said for our bashed ...
... out on the side. The inside was just as nice, with wooden walls, huge glass windows looking into common rooms, and the bedrooms made of all wood on the floor and walls, and very nice furniture. I wasn't able to get pictures of the bedroom, but I've never seen such a modern looking building. I would recommend anyone going to see it.
We planned on going to the bath there, which is an area in the canal that is blocked off for people to swim in. Unfortunately ...
... at sea. Somehow something odd happens to your legs and the land feels odd. It is as if you are walking on a water bed and it takes a while before normal service is resumed.
Whizzing through the streets of the city was great fun, but I don't think I would pass a test on everything we saw.
Our efforts called for a beer and some lunch... so we headed for the nearest cafe, where we had a typical Danish open sandwich lunch and ...
... overview of the City and its history and learn new trivial facts (I’m pretty good at dredging those up later). For example, the building boom that gave Copenhagen much of its memorable and iconic buildings was driven by the King and nearly bankrupted the City. Or, the little mermaid has (literally) lost her head *three* times. And the “old” town hall I mentioned the other day was actually built in 1904, so not as old as it looks. Anyhow, this was the ...