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... in Europe ended. This meant that we actually got up at 7.30!
Today we went on a boat trip around the harbour. Saw a few things we had seen on the bus, but from a different view point. After that we went to the Chocolate Hotel. Take note Nicky, it is near Nyhavn and you would not want to miss this historically important building.
After that a ...
The weather in Copenhagen has been absolutely beautiful. The temperature each day has been around 16-18 degrees with clear blue skies and very little wind. We have been told that the Danish summer was wet and miserable so the locals are really enjoying the beautiful Autumn weather.
We started our sightseeing on Tuesday morning with a canal boat trip of one and a quarter hours. It was interesting and we enjoyed just sitting back and ...
... but was actually very tasty) apple wine, some licorice (which the Danes love), a pastry type cracker topped with raspberry strawberry rhubarb jam followed by a shot of 80 proof something--all I know is it took my breath away! The Danes make apple wine because they can grow many different varieties of apples, and it was quite good.
Next was an open faced sandwich shop that gave us a sampling of 4 different treats, all really good. This was a ...
... of Hamlet. It has been popular to stage performances on site since the C19. When we returned to Copenhagen, we jumped on a cruise at 5.30 which took us along some of the small canals, as well as the harbour. The next day was Roskilde, a coastal town/port which used to be the capital of Denmark back in the Viking times. Ron was keen to visit the Viking museum. It contained the remains ...
Today we stopped at our last port, Copenhagen. The tour started off with a beautiful drive down the coastline next to the water and the mansions. Our first stop was the giant and beautiful Kronborg castle that was on the coast. The spirals of the castle stood hundreds of feet in the air and the whole thing was surrounded by giant ramparts and moats. The ...