a) Walk across them
b) See them in a day
So Denmark is my 47th country and I was pleased that I could make it to Copenhagen. The weather was a bit dull and rainy but that didn't stop us from walking all over town.
Copenhagen is beautiful in its own way. Very similar to a lot of European capitals yet different. There are tons of bikers and they own the road. So if you are in their path, beware cos they are not going to be polite and move aside for you. No way! You better watch out 'cos you are going to get knocked down.
It is supposed to be the happiest place in Europe and they actually have a term for it "feeling the hygge" (pronounced hooga). It is difficult to explain except it is more than a warm cozy feeling. For a better understanding, check out Visit Denmark site.
Copenhagen is home to the famed Tivoli gardens which is Europe's first amusement mark, the Hans Andersen Little Mermaid which is truly "little", Christiania which is a world of its own, Nyhavn the beautiful harbourfront, the Amalienborg palace with the changing of the guards and many other beautiful buildings and parks.
Even though I saw most of it in a day, I am sure there is so much more left to be seen. One day I shall return for a longer visit. But till then enjoy my pictures.
a) Have fun
b) No running
c) No photography
You can buy varieties of hash in the form of cupcakes, sweets and the regular smokes.