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... not to take the tour as we had done numerous beer tours in other places. There were some nice architectural details though.
The entrance gates.
... platter: Three kinds of delicious herring-curry herring, spicy herring, salt fried herring from Bornholm with beet roots, mustard and “soft”onions. Served with capers, egg and dill.
Eaten half before we remembered to take ...
... Cathedral, on the site where Harald Bluetooth - after whom the modern IT technology is named - built the first christian church in about the 10th century.
Danish Queen Margethe was the first member of the royal family to be buried inside the cathedral in the 14th century. This started a tradition which has seen in total 39 kings and queens of Denmark being buried in this UNESCO World Heritage ...
... li>The Danish Royal Family is very laid back. You can walk right up to their front door and even see them taking their kids to school by bike.
- Navigating the canals by boat is hard work.
- Everything is more expensive here. Taxis are outrageous.
- Go to Torvehallerne Market - great place to find all kinds of Danish foods.
- Rent a boat (unless it’s windy) ...
... by the sea next to a recreation area with playground, cafe and the ubiquitous (in Denmark) crazy golf. All very pleasant and gently lively. We went for a quick bike ride to a little island nearby and then played frisbee and splashed in the sea after dinner. Also very pleasant. I went for a rare run and had to walk back with my hips hurting - I'm sure my body has given up now I've left the Army.
We visited 'TICKON' in ...