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... see it until Sydney. I will try to get some pics up loaded at Frankfurt as they will be last one that I that I took in Copen yesterday.
It has been a very busy trip and we seemed to be travelling non stop. The cities were all nice but really not up to Paris Standards. I thought Iceland was great and would happily visit it again but you really need a week to do all the tours. Reykjavik itself is not spectacular, but ...
... was interesting but not over the top. I loved the big bearskin (?) hats they wear when on guard duty. I later learned we saw the smallest of the guard changes called a "palace watch", which occurs when no one from the royal family is in residence at the time. If someone in the royal family is present there are other more elaborate marches (king's watch and lieutenant watch) with bands and banners depending on who is in residence.
On our walk back to the hotel it started to pour, so we had no other choice but to run into the closest Irish bar to have a couple beers.
We all had dinner in a wonderful Italian restaurant named "Da Salvo". The food was great, but I think what we'll really remember from this night was how the entire city of Copenhagen had some sort of network meltdown, and NOONE'S credit or ...
... in London at Buckingham Palace.
She even took us to Christiana, which is difficult to explain but basically is a hippie style community that began back in 1971. We had to discard our bikes to tour this area and pretend she was our friend, because they don't like tour groups going through (according to Ava.) Mike said he could smell the pungent air, I didn't. :))
This bike tour was one of the most challenging things to do, as we were right ...
... Danish History Museum, picnic lunch in the Botanical Garden, Rosenborg Castle, then dinner and ended our evening at Tivoli Gardens. Tivoli is Copenhagen's amusement park, without a theme. We went on the rollercoaster, not as scary as some we've encountered. A pretty little park with some excellent live music.
We took a long walk just because Sunday morning and encountered drunks who hadn't yet found the end of Saturday night, the ...