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... It was completed in 1642 as an observatory for the Trinitatis Complex – observatory, chapel, and library for the University of Copenhagen. It has a long helical ramp, instead of steps. It was made to bring horses up the ramp.
After dinner, we wanted some ice cream. Inside Tivoli Gardens, there were a few places to get some. I really didn’t need any more reason than to take a few more night shots!!! We were in for almost an hour – just to get ice ...
... rings with every conceivable precious stone adorning them. It was truly a sight to behold.
I thought the changing of the guard was at this location because this is where the guards' barracks are located but I learned that the actual changing occurred at a sister palace (Amalienborg Palace) located about a "15 minute moderately paced walk" away, so said a castle staff member. So off we hustled as it was now past 11:30 AM. ...
It was raining off and on all day Saturday but we still managed to have a great time. Well, Mom was in her conference from 9 until almost 6, so Dad and I did some exploring on our own during the day.
We took a taxi to the National Museum to have something to do out of the rain. It was a beautiful building and the whole feel of the place was very nice and modern. We learned that the ...
... all the major sights, stopping for lunch in Nyhavn right on a canal. Legend has it that the homes are so brightly colored because the sailors that used to live in Nyhavn thought they all looked alike and needed the colors to help them remember where they lived! I'm thinking alcohol may have also been involved in their confusion. :)) It was overcast all day, slightly chilly but overall, a great day for cycling. Pam and Mike climbed to the top of the ...
... a nap, our day had started much too early. Then back to Nyhaven, the hip place to see and be seen along the canal. Expensive dinner of beer and nachos, because seriously, that's a treat we haven't seen in Vienna. (The nachos, not the beer of course, that, Vienna has in spades.) Copenhagen had a surprising amount of American style food offerings, lots of hamburgers, etc, and not just of the McDonald's variety.
Saturday was a leisurely ...