Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... park in the world. The park opened in November 1843. There is more to this park than the numerous rides (for kids of all ages) ~ it has a Christmas Market, restaurants, a live performance theatre, a light show set to music and even fireworks!! It was a clear and crisp evening, but with a 'varm chokolade' (hot chocolate) in hand, it was a wonderful night!
... asked me if I
would like to be made up/or a freshened-up and I said yes. An
equally nice young man did my face and wished me a safe and happy
trip and off I trotted with my discount voucher for a shop in
on board flying as I type – we have had dinner, one round of No Jet
Lag pills and wine. Pete has watched a whole movie while I have been
slaving away, and all is well with our world.
8/9. Today we had a great day at sea. We napped, worked out, & read by the pool. Enough said! Great weather & great day! Love you all
8/10 Today we are in Copenhagen. We had purchased a shuttle & were on the first one into town. We were dropped in the Latin quarter near to Tivoli Gardens. We walked the streets in that direction & were absolutely amazed ...
... Brewery. Last time we were here in December 2007, we had to rush round it as we only had an hour until the last bus, so we didn’t do it any justice at all. This time we could take as long as we liked – and we intended to. ;-)
We bought our tickets and had a good look around. We read about the history of the brewery, founded by J. ...
We had had a VERY full day up to that point, so thought it would be good to just relax for a while. We went to Kongens Have (literally King's Garden), sat/lied down on the grass and did a bit of people watching. The half hour we spent there was just enough to recharge our batteries for the rest of the evening and by 19h00 we set off towards the Latin Quarter for dinner.
We had planned to go to a restaurant that came highly recommended, but ...