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  • Denmark's amusement parks - let the real fun begin!As we zip down the E45 highway and cross into Germany, with Nikki doing a sterling job of driving in the wind and rain, I thought I'd add a few anecdotes based on our trips to two fantastic amusement parks Posted by Wintletons in Wintleton Wanderings | Aug 26, 2011
  • The joys of travelAlmost four weeks after skedaddling from Honkers, I'm remembering from backpacker days how much work independent travel is, both physically and mentally.  Everything is new, so you're always working stuff out on the run, like where the heck you're going. Posted by Wintletons in Wintleton Wanderings | Aug 18, 2011
  • Denmark - cool! (no kidding)Gronninghoved, Denmark: August 6-8 "Surely we don't need thermals"' said Derek, looking at the pile of clothing waiting to be packed while were in Hong Kong and imagining himself having to lug most of it.  I begged to differ, imagining our Posted by Wintletons in Wintleton Wanderings | Aug 18, 2011
  • 1999 - Copenhagen, Denmark This was another sightseeing trip over the Easter weekend. Again a lot of things closed, but it meant no traffic. The Nikolay Posted by nzhamsta in Glynn's travel blog | Apr 5, 1999
  • 5: Royal Crypts Another early s Posted by weary_feet in Weary_Feet Treks the Globe | Aug 2, 2011
  • 4: To be or not to be? Today was a pre Posted by weary_feet in Weary_Feet Treks the Globe | Aug 2, 2011
  • C OPEN hagen!Today (Sunday) was the last morning on the cruise ship and this was the amazing sunrise that greeted our day. Having an aft cabin today was definitely a plus. For those of you new to cruising the main Posted by jonaway in Gems of the Baltic | Aug 1, 2011
  • 3: Eric the Red Deliberately star Posted by weary_feet in Weary_Feet Treks the Globe | Jul 31, 2011
  • 2: "It Burnt Down" A slow start to my second day in Copenhagen as I planned to go on a free w Posted by weary_feet in Weary_Feet Treks the Globe | Jul 31, 2011
  • 1: Kobenhaven “On the road again”.. Is probably an apt way to begin today’s blog and the first blog of the Teutonic Tales. The day started damn early with me catching the 7am train from Oslo to Goteborg in Sweden. Pretty uneventful Posted by weary_feet in Weary_Feet Treks the Globe | Jul 31, 2011
  • UndervejsDette virtuelle kort viser hvor jeg er og hvor jeg skal hen. Undervejs uploader jeg billeder fra de steder jeg besøger. Klik på stederne for at se billederne. Posted by Lisa B. A. in Travelicious | Jul 30, 2011
  • Farting around DenmarkWe bid Sweden farväl as we hit the Øresund Bridge, a 16-kilometre bridge and tunnel that connects Sweden and Denmark. We didn't have an exact destination in mind so just hit the road and enjoyed the unique riding experience. Soon Posted by The Minion in Motorcycle Adventure Tour | Jul 29, 2011
  • CopenhagenCopenhagen was our first stop in the Nordic countries and we spent two wonderful days enjoying good weather and a totally different vibe from Poland. It's a city that runs on bicycles, something I was unfortunately unable to enjoy! Posted by Rits blog in Around the world in.... | Jul 20, 2011
  • Köpenhamnwwww Posted by Pornphan in Bilsemester 2011 | Jul 11, 2011
  • Cruise! Hello Everyone! Sorry for not writing in a LONG time... we have been very busy, the cruise had wifi but for 1 dollar per minute. The cruise was wonderful! We went to 6 countries in 9 days. Posted by ryanober1 in All Ober the Globe | Jun 13, 2011
  • Day 49, Copenhagen We woke up early this particular morning to an old man barging into our room telling us to go clean the toilet. "Someone made a mess and they needed to clean it up." None of us had bee Posted by s-a in shane and alyssa's travels | Jun 9, 2011
  • 4th June 2011Today we toured the north side of the city around the harbour, slowly making our way towards the Little Mermaid statue. It wasn't signposted at all so it took us about half an hour to find it (we should have Posted by kimdanny in Kim and Danny 2011 | Jun 6, 2011
  • 3rd June 2011TIVOLI! It was all about Tivoli this morning. Danny had no interest in Tivoli at all, so he did his own thing while I spent the morning going on every possible ride in the "thrill" category (except dodgem cars - Posted by kimdanny in Kim and Danny 2011 | Jun 6, 2011
  • Day 48, Copenhagen I guess this was bound to happen We want Posted by s-a in shane and alyssa's travels | Jun 5, 2011
  • Day 47, Copenhagen beer before 1100? When I got up to use the washroom at 0300 I looked outside and noticed that is wasn’t tot Posted by s-a in shane and alyssa's travels | Jun 5, 2011
  • Day 46, Copenhagen We slept, surprisingly, very well. During our sleep the train headed up north, got on a boat and sailed across the Baltic Sea to Malmo. At 0800 the conductor came and rapped on our doo Posted by s-a in shane and alyssa's travels | Jun 4, 2011
  • 2nd June 2011To reach the island of Zealand ("Old" Zealand) we needed to cross an 18 km bridge. It was huge and cost us €30 but it was a lot easier than a ferry. On our travels we discovered that there were Posted by kimdanny in Kim and Danny 2011 | Jun 4, 2011
  • 1st June 2011When I woke up this morning it was broad daylight, so I presumed it was probably time to get up. Instead I lay awake in bed for ages, before Danny woke up and asked me what time it was. I Posted by kimdanny in Kim and Danny 2011 | Jun 4, 2011
  • 31st May 2011Surprisingly, Danny didn't feel too bad this morning, although he was a bit sluggish all day. We packed up and drove to Arhus, located right on the water. Again, the scenery on the drive was extremely flat and boring. Arhus Posted by kimdanny in Kim and Danny 2011 | Jun 3, 2011
  • 30th May 2011First priority: exchange some money. Luckily, tiny little Ribe had about five banks right next to each other so it was very easy to get rid of our Euro. Then we went shopping, in a supermarket/shopping centre that was so Posted by kimdanny in Kim and Danny 2011 | Jun 3, 2011

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