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Jun '17

24

Leaving Copenhagen

There she is

We lounged around and had a slow start for the morning. Packed up our bags and checked out of the hotel. We asked if they could hold our bags while we went out for the morning. They said sure, we could just leave our bags in the lobby against the wall and they’ll watch them. So we did. Pretty different kind of security and trust than we are used to. So we took off to… (more)

Jun '17

23

Rosenborg and Tivoli

Christian IV's crown

We woke up around 7:30 this morning, but didn’t really get moving for a while. Either there was less excitement outside overnight or we just got better sleep, but we weren’t too bothered by any noise or the early sunrise this time. Eventually we made our way out and down to a cafe called Coffee Factory. I enjoyed a coffee, Eric enjoyed a hot chocolate, and we each had a chocolate croissant for breakfast. It… (more)

Jun '17

22

Helsingør and Bakken

Bakken!

Similar to our first night experience in Iceland, we went to bed around 8:30ish and woke up around 4:30ish. That’s actually fairly typical for me at home during work nights, but not cool on vacation. The worst part is that while it was fully sunny out when we got in bed, it was also fully sunny when we awoke at 4:30. Yay… Also our gorgeous view of the shops and canal of Nyhavn left us… (more)

Jun '17

21

Arriving to Copenhagen

View out of our hotel window

Our flight actually took off from San Francisco on Tuesday June 20, but we didn’t land until Wednesday so that’s where I decided to begin. We had some pretty good food on the flight, plenty of free movies to choose from, and we slept a few hours. Upon arriving at the Copenhagen airport we encountered the worst passport control check we had ever seen. There were three officers checking for all non-European passport holders, and… (more)