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... castle where the crown jewels are kept, in my next life I want to be Queen.. A stunning palace filled with the most incredible, huge tapestries,(how do they create such wonderful scenes on them) I can't even do needlepoint. Outside we met such an interesting couple from Texas, great travelers, they have been to every Presidential library in the US, I am now brainstorming on what will be our destination collection- any ideas? ...
... for a couple of hours before heading to dinner.
Tyler did some research during our nap and found Conde Nast Traveler’s recommendations for Copenhagen and their #1 was a cocktail bar called Ruby. We stopped by before heading to dinner at Amass. It was a great idea, and we met a nice bartender from Belgium and coveted a table of 4 who actually had reservations at Noma that night. When we made it to Amass we were ...
... several times, finally evolving into its present condition in 1624. The castle was used by Danish regents as a royal residence until around 1710. The castle, now state property, was opened to the public in 1838. It houses royal artifacts including the crown jewels. When compared with other palaces viewed on this trip, Rosenborg seemed rather small and plain. Three cheers for the Danes!
2. Bed & Breakfasts are a wonderful way to see the countryside and meet some very nice people along the way. However if you are aren't already claustrophobic, being in the bathroom at some of these quaint country homes will certainly make you appreciate a little elbow room.
3. At restaurants don’t be afraid to ask about the unique English translations of some dishes (yes even in English speaking countries like the UK ...
... I loved seeing the historical buildings and the landmarks. Copenhagen was such a big highlight for me. I always knew Anne and Ida would be friends for life, but this trip definitely confirmed it. They opened their homes, families, boyfriends, wallets and hearts for me, and I can't express my huge gratitude to them. I sincerely hope that they come visit me soon so that I can repay some of their generosity.
Now, where to go to next?