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Day 18 (4 Feb)

Copenhagen (2)

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Second day in Copenhagen.

Visited early in the morning the National Museum of Denmark.
It has a large collection of things all Danish. From stone age to the Viking period, up to modern times.
Many items to be seen. Most interesting for me a Viking ship of ... AD.

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Afterwards had a walk in a new area, Nyhavn. Shops and restaurants.

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Lots of people on the streets and the tourists in great numbers.

I was looking for a restaurant that Rick Stein recommended in his weekend trip, but could not.
By accident ran into a restaurant called Sea (by Kinn Kinn).
The same owner has the only Michelin one star Thai restaurant outside Thailand. So no surprise this little cousin was equally a surprising good place. One of the top meals ever.

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Had a quick visit to Le Magasin (gallery) again. They found a good solution to make the shopping experience interesting for husbands; at the ladies department they have a bar. Was busy, as you would expect.

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Walking around the center, came across one of the most expensive hotels in Copenhagen, the Hotel d'Angleterre. Confusing no for Danmark, call your hotel - Hotel of Britain - but then do it in french?! Whatever.

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Did some more walking but the weather was still lousy so late afternoon back to the hotel.

Guess the time is running out. My mind getting ready to head home tomorrow.

As already said yesterday. Copenhagen is really a nice place, but do it with good weather....

This is it.

Tomorrow once more the road, expect to do it in one go. 1000Km and a ferry. With half on German autobahn and on a Sunday, should work.

Will let you know ....

Cheers

Posted by moustache17 14:07 Archived in Denmark

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