Tag Archives: Copenhagen

1,2,3 Munich

Copenhagen is not really busy at 4.30am. How do we know, you ask? Well, it is because we, on our very own, booked a flight from Copenhagen to Munich leaving at 7.30am so we needed to be at the train … Continue reading

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Loose Ends

Last day in this run of Denmark’s biggest city. There are a few things we haven’t had time to do so this is a clean up day. Two galleries that are on our list do not open until noon and … Continue reading

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Copenhagen Museums

Our first stop today is the Design Museum Denmark. There are extensive exhibits of early Japanese art, Toulouse Letrec posters, Danish chairs, modern Danish furniture,  and even a Ming Dynasty vase from between 1400 and 1600. Very interesting but boy, … Continue reading

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Walking Copenhagen

Today is a day of hurt. We aren’t on our bikes but we have decided to walk as most of the things we want to see today are close enough. The last 3 weeks we have supported our body weight … Continue reading

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We Ride into Copenhagen!

Our ride starts out with a flat tire. And then my bike computer starts to act up, so our mileage for navigating gets thrown out. But we progress towards Copenhagen and ride down country roads and forested bike paths along … Continue reading

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Over the Bridge

We can’t ride across the bridge that joins Fyn to Sjaelland. It’s not just us, bikes are not allowed on the bridge at all. So in order to avoid a several hundred kilometer detour we hop on a train in … Continue reading

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On the Road to Tonder

‘tun der’ or something close to that. We have asked several people how Tonder is pronounced and each person approaches it a little different. The one thing they all agree on is the ‘o’ is more or less a ‘u’ … Continue reading

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Travel Mode

Murray and I have a verbal cue when we usually get to the first boarding gate as we embark on a long trip. It is “Travel Mode”, which means relax, we can handle anything that is thrown at us, go … Continue reading

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