Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... didn't stop at the stop of needed. So got off one stop later. Do I catch a bus? No, thought I'd walk over to the next train line and find out when the next train would be to one stop back. 2 minutes. Yay - oh and that trip was DKK60 (about $12).
I then finally arrived at the correct station and walked about 2kms to the museums, via and through a lovely "forest" on the property. Rustle rustle rustle. Nothing to worry about, just ...
word are almost silent. Can't even transcribe it phonetically). It means
"red berry sauce with cream," and it's absolutely delicious. The
berries are boiled and strained several times to give the sweet sauce a
viscous, pulp- and seed-free texture, and you take a very heavy cream that was
almost egg nog-looking (nut not -tasting) and pour it over the sauce. It was
delicious and I would love to have it again.
... different types of bread, and then there is an assortment of meats and toppings. We chose the platter that had fish, chicken, and spicy sauces. It was beautiful. The coffee was great too and the view was of the canal with all of the old ships.
After lunch we then went on a canal tour where we saw, the palace, opera house, naval base, the little mermaid, and even saw a carlsburg pub on the canal. It was a lovely tour. I didn't realise the carlsburg beer ...
... was very beautiful and had a good amount of old ships, some reminiscent of Portuguese Caravels, which gave the place a lot of charm, but after a quick walk around I was done with it.
With all the main sightseeing spots ticked and whatnot, I decided it was time for checking out the alternative Copenhagen. Of course I’m talking about Christiania.
For those who don’t know, Christiania is an old hippie neighbourhood, aka ...
... br> • Several farewell Panama dinners and parties
• More intense fitness training sessions
• Private Sailing trip in and around Panama... Thanks Peter :-)
• Golf trip to Orlando
• Golf and Balut trip to a beautiful Nicaragua
Looking back it was a great way to begin my personal break. It was a month with only a minimum of stressful events and I already now see the first personal benefits of the decision / my break. ...