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... dgården, Malmö
- Slottsträdgården, (Castle Garden) located south of the castle, within Kungsparken (King's Park). This is one of the city's newest amenities and is an organic community garden, open throughout the year. There are eight themed gardens and a potager. Freshly picked flowers and vegetables are available for purchase in ...
... of our visit was the Royal Reception Rooms. The very colorful Queen’s Tapestries which line the walls are a modern interpretation of Danish culture and history as well as some of the world’s challenges and triumphs over the last century.
After the palace visit we continued on to Hojbro Plads, the heart of historic Copenhagen. Had a brief stop for shopping or a snack (Karl and I split a surprisingly good sandwich we bought at 7-11). After ...
... stop and was out of the rain for the most part. My shoes were soaked but I was still determined to get to this museum. After trial and error I finally found the Hirschspung museum. It was a huge 19th century art collection that a Hirschsprung relative collected. There were so many different Danish artists and so many different styles. My favorites were the landscape and animal paintings because those are things I like to ...
Copenhagen, Denmark May 31, SaturdayWhen We arrive it is cloudy but the clouds burn off and it becomes a lovely cool day in the low 60's. We have booked a ships tour, walking and canal ride. Our guide is a middle aged women that is very good at herding cats, that would be keeping up with 23 people walking through crowds and traffic while lecturing on the sights. First we have a walk on the canal that has been redone recently to meet the ...
... Under blue skies the bicycle capital of the world was beautiful. We mostly just walked around the capital looking at buildings. We took a canal tour (40dkk) which provided a pretty good overview of the city. Antisocial Jamie left around 530, while I stayed for the weekly couch surfing event at a local bar. Met some interesting people, though not as interesting as in Reykjavik or Stockholm. Got back to camp around 1130 thoroughly tired, and ready ...