Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... inspired the writer of the little mermaid), stumbling across a red bull wake boarding comp thru the canals and finally seeing the tail end of what seemed a royal wedding with a 21 cannon salute from a ship and a royal. In the late afternoon we ventured back to Nyhavn, bought beers from a local shop and watched the world go by. Funny side story I bought some Danish beer that said 10,6% on the side. Knowing that a standard beer is around 6% I ...
... 8217;re great! Similar to the types of things I did when I was around her
So that first morning, Uncle ...
... other mustard coloured buildings lent themselves to photographing. Onwards back toward the City and through a large park to eventually reach the park near our hotel and back for am tea. After refreshing we headed off to Christiania, a hippie area with artisan stalls selling jewellery and clothes and heaven knows what else. In fact at one point I saw a bagged cannabis plant (I'm not sure that I can spell it let alone be sure that's what it was). However the place has a reputation for ...
... little before my battery ran out. So will have to make a decision – pay the on-board very expensive & very slow & unreliable internet service, or wait until Amsterdam to access the free hotel internet WIFI in 12 days time. But at least got 112 e-mails, which was good as I could relay to Kaye, all those 70th Birthday Best Wishes received from family & friends.
Back on board for ...
... and then caught a bus back to the hotel.
The square was lovely as it was on dusk and we were on a park bench just watching the world go by again. We walked up to the Tivoli gardens and waited for a bus.
Another great day. Really love our hotel and the best thing is that it's opposite one of the largest shopping malls in Copenhagen. Wonder how Robert feels about that one.... :) (some fun shopping ahead I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking