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Copenhagen

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So Copenhagen pulled through in the end. Our hostel was a little different. I felt like I might have been walking thru one of the old train stations back in the day when Graffittii was considered mordern art but it did have its perks. I was so tired when I wrote my last entry. We had traveled overnigth from Stockholm, got to the hostel and discovered that they had a lock out and we had to be out of the hostel from 12-4. I was devastated I was not going to have nap time. Anyway Carrie and I made the best of it. We decided to go get some lunch and maybe a coffee. I can not tell you much about the coffee shop because I fell asleep in a chair for almost two hours! The coffee was awesome however, probably the best coffee I have ever had (tiramisu) flavored. After my nap it was almsot time for us to go back to the hostel and get our rooms. The nightlife in Copenhagen was not that exciting. We had some Copenhagen beer and went back to the hostel. The next morning after having a good nite sleep we got to see more of Copenhagen. The Tivoli Gardens are beautiful but if I had to name one thing I was most impressed about it was bike traffic. People are hard core about biking, the streets had a bike lane and there would be traffic. It was crazy!

Posted by Jude1019 09:02 Archived in Denmark

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