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... later for dinner. We headed back to our hotel for a quick rest, then back on the bikes. Got a bit lost but finally found their hotel across from Tivoli park. They were famished but we found an ...
... significantly smaller, having lost a considerable amount of its land mass to Norway and Sweden as they gained their often hard fought independence!
For more than 100 years, Copenhagen has based its tourist industry on its Little Mermaid - a small bronze sculpture on a rock near Langelinje Pier.
This pioneering tourism campaign inspired by the local Hans ...
... presented throught photographs and paintings, and also an exhibition of satires of the Danish Government and Denmark's involvement with in the UN during past wars.
After our walk around the palace we went into the palace gardens which were over a lake. These were beautiful and well maintained. Many different types of plants which I am pretty sure are not native to Denmark.
This park was huge and we only explored the front of the ...
... just hung out and were gonna watch a movie because we've been so tired and haven't met many people. But a few minutes into the movie, we were bored and starving, so we went on a walk to get food down the street. On our way back, we ran into another student from Bentley, who Tom has had class with, and we ended up hanging out with her and some other students, some from Australia and one from England. Their accents are awesome!
... thing you see along the way. However be comforted that depending on where you are at there will be no less than two dozen other people doing the exact same thing. This also makes for excellent people watching, especially when those over the age of 65 try to operate either a smart phone or a camera to take those new-fangled "self pictures” everyone’s talking about.
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