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... She ran down the gang plank to explore the city.
It was about a 20-30 minute walk to the city centre.
She walked along the foreshore (Langelinie Promenade) and viewed the 100 year old sculpture, The Little Mermaid inspired from the Hans Christian Anderson novel.
She passed by Copenhagen's most spectacular Gefion fountain, which is located adjacent to the St Albans Anglican ...
I figure I will find peace and quiet time in a solo trip to a SPA. In search for a moment breathing space, Victoriapark will be my destination.
Easy access from Copenhagen, catching a train and then a bus, leaving you right at the doorstep of Victoriapark. My visit takes place during daytime on a weekday, so I almost have the facilities to myself.
I find a sunbed, near the window where the sunbeams gently seek my body. After a few laps in the pool I ...
... and grapes. It was yummy! Today though I finished all my raspberries, blackberries and granola sadly so I'm going to have to use other fruit tomorrow! After breakfast I sat in the living room and tried to work on a little bit of French homework. I didn't really get much done though because once I finished my breakfast I asked Anders when he wanted to leave and he said in less than an hour. Around 9:30am I went back upstairs to wake up Mia. Once I woke her up I went and did my ...
... a big loop line that goes further then Malmo-Copenhagen and goes further into each country to outlying towns. In theory I could have taken the train all the way from Helsingborg in the north to Copenhagen had I not got out at Malmo. There is even a new international airport now on the rail line in the middle of both cities on the Danish ...
... moulded into the ground so it was quite obvious what had been there. The nearby museum housed the artefacts from the site and a wonderful exhibition of Viking life. A group of local women has been working on a tapestry that tells the story of the Vikings who lived in the area and the men have been building a life-sized replica of the Viking ship using traditional ...