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... and Manet exhibit at an art museum, had some really good pizza, sampled some chocolate, and took the metro home. It was a really fun day! We walked about 8 miles, saw lots, and just generally enjoyed each other's company. When we got back to the house, we just kindof chilled out for a while. Demi went to meet up with a friend, so we got to so and some good time with Livie. She's 14, and wants to go to high school in America because she's seen a lot ...
... statues (and there are many in Copenhagen) is one of a wife with five bulls. History has it that she was promised all the land she could plow in 24 hours so she turned her 5 sons into bulls, plowed the land and was awarded a huge section of Copenhagen. The Carlsberg brewery is here and its tour includes a couple of gleasses of beer for each person. Allright! Seventeen miles north of the city is the Karen Blixen Museum; her ...
Kronborg Castle, Denmark
Leave Copenhagen behind as you head north through magnificent Danish countryside and coastline towards Elsinore and Kronborg Castle. Chosen as the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet, this magnificent renaissance castle is on the UNESCO world heritage list.
After lunch (own expense), your tour continues towards ...
... woman dropped out after riding for only a block. The bike tour said that all riders must be at least 60" tall, and we thought our kids could pass, but Catherine was a little short for the bikes they had available. So after an unsuccessful effort at fitting her to a too-tall bike, Sam went with her and the bike lender to their shop to get a smaller bike. The rest of us caught up with them about 15 minutes later and all was fine.
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We arrived in Copenhagen about noon and will not depart until 6PM tomorrow. The distance from Skagen to Copenhagen was 180 miles. The weather today is muggy and in the mid 80s.
Sitting on the east coast of Denmark, Copenhagen has been that country's capital for 600 years and is the largest city in Scandinavia with a population of 1.7 million people. Residents of Copenhagen enjoy the highest standards of living in the world. This very cosmopolitan city ...