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... the last entry that gives details of our travels.
If we do this again it seems likely that another train trip through Europe will be the best option. With trains you go to the station and get on the train. With flying you go to the airport and then sit around for 2 or 3 hours. Also when we last did the train thing, if you missed one train there was usually another an hour later. Miss the plane and you are ...
... we noted that the last hop-on, hop-off bus trip to the area of Copenhagen called Christianhvan was leaving in 30 minutes. We managed to make it to the starting point in time to hop on. It lasted only 35 minutes and took us through a residential area that contains a self proclaimed enclave with its own governance in the middle of the city called Christiania or Freetown Christiania. Basically it is a commune with about 850 inhabitants ...
... would work ANYWHERE. The only choice the restaurant really had was to let us come back the next day and pay, and spoiler alert to my hundreds of blog readers for tomorrow's post, our honesty was rewarded with free pizza slices.
We got stuck in the rain on the way home, but luckily finally found a cab. Wet and tired, we all were happy to be back at the hotel and quickly went to bed.
... midst of other cyclists and cars and both were very intimidating! However, we managed to keep up and everyone walked away without any injuries. I'd call that a successful adventure!
We ate dinner at a "take-away" place just down the street from the apartment that had the best Thai food...we actually ate in so we saw how busy they were. OMG...so many people came and went, it was amazing. But after tasting the food, I could understand why--it was ...
... stop was the Tivoli gardens which had the tallest carousel in the world as well as a roller coaster that was over 100 years old. The amusement park is located in the center of town so everyone has access to it. Christopher and I rode on the giant swings which took you up high enough to get a panoramic view of the city. After that we visited the Christiansborg palace which was built by one of Denmark's greatest leaders Christian the 2nd. ...