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... We then grabbed our lunches from the fridge and got ready to go. We left the house around 6:26am. Since the mishap with the bus yesterday we weren't sure if the busses were going to be running today. We just decided to get on our bikes and go directly to Tårnby station. Once we got there we caught the regional train around 6:45am. We then took the train all the way to the Copenhagen main station. Mia and I then switched trains and got onto a "S" train or ...
... show on the lake. We then went into a little café called "Cafè Georg" to warm up. They ordered Glurg (kinda like apple cider), hot chocolate and Aebleskiver (mini pancake balls). I didn't want any though. After that we went onto more rides. We thought there was going to be fireworks at 9:00am, but then were told there wasn't going to be any so we realized we didn't need to wait around. Before we left we went to the funhouse. After coming out we all had some snacks. ...
... great restaurant district, but I had been warned it was also the most expensive restaurant district. So I kept walking. (No more $10 coffees for me) Eventually I happened across an Irish bar. It was about 11.30 by this stage so I figured a wine would be OK instead of a coffee. Thats pretty much where I spent the next 2 hours. Sitting at the tables outside and reading my book. The sun did come out and it was quite pleasant. Around 2pm I made my way back to the hostel collected my bags ...
Willbee flew with Miss Jeppesen to Copenhagen on Wednesday. Today we found a very famous author and visited the "Little Mermaid Statue"... I wonder if you know this fairy tale and who wrote it? The famous author we found was a man called Hans Christian Andersen. He was a Danish author. Although a prolific writer of plays, travelogues, novels, and poems, Andersen is best remembered for his fairy tales. Andersen's popularity is not limited to ...
... interesting. The walk back to the apartment included a stop at hot dog stand where Ashlyn got a Danish version of a corn dog, which was filled with honey-mustard and mayo. It sounds strange, but it was a hit.
The next stop was a pop up cava bar at the, you guessed it, Torvehallerne Market. Tyler even got to use his Spanish and talk with the Spanish waitress. With all the walking, we needed to rest our tired feet so we posted up at ...