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... Clock' designed by Jens Olsen. This clock was fascinating - showing 13 different clock works that indicate the exact time from all over the world and the precise position of all the planets. The clockwork is so exact that it is accurate to within 1/2 a second every 300 years.
In the early evening we walked to 'Tivoli Gardens', which is the second ...
... hats, food
and drink, we haven't spent much – we won't mention the beer we had
at the Hard Rock Cafe.
enjoyed our stay and would like return in warmer weather. The
weather today was much better than yesterday – I was one layer less
and didn't need my coat or hat. We were at the airport around 6pm
ready for our 9pm flight to Beijing. As I wondered through the duty
free area, a lovely lady from the ...
... though, as by this stage it was getting overcast again. That night we went out to a restaurant Margot found called Madklubben that was recommended in lonely planet and had amazing reviews online. It definitely didn't disappoint! I had the best pork I have ever tasted and Margot got the fish which was also delicious. After dinner we went to the Tivoli and stayed there until it closed after the light show. It was a great way to end our time in Copenhagen.
... Rica, Tortola, Thailand, Japan and Malaysia. Some of the styles and more colourful and unusual than the ones you’d get back home, so that’s why I can’t resist them.
By this time we had to go and get back on the bus, so off we went to continue our city tour, alighting at the famous gates, flanked by two bull elephants, of ...
... SO great! If you have a Copenhagen card all public transport is free and so are hundreds of attractions including all of the main ones in the city. So we have not paid for anything we have done here, just the cards before we left.
Our hotel is great. It is a massive one (we are in room 2201 on the 22nd of 23 floors!) and is built as two giant towers. The towers lean in opposite directions so when you see it on the horizon it looks ...