|Nyhavn – harbour in Copenhagen|
After the odd sleeping arrangements of the previous night (see last post ) we were grateful to be back together again for breakfast. The number of families with small children in the dining room gave us some indication of why our request for connecting rooms seemed to have been forgotten. Thankfully after a gorgeous buffet of Danish pastries, Danish bacon and probably Danish smoothies we were pleased to discover Rory’s new room, nearly opposite ours, had been prepared. It was bigger than the previous one and although it wasn’t connected to ours, I could see that they had done their best to put things right.
Emma, my new blogging buddy in Denmark, had suggested a cycle tour as probably the most fun way to explore the city. She obviously doesn’t know my family that well so, after I’d explained that I couldn’t see cycling on proper roads equating to fun with my lot, we opted for her second suggestion of a canal tour. Well done that woman. This was a fantastic way to see all the best bits of the city and not get stroppy with each other once the tiredness set in. We were able to hop on and off at certain points to see the following:
|A couple of bouncers guarding Tivoli?|