Just back from a weekend in Denmark.
The Little Mermaid is probably the most famous tourist spot of the town. Lots of Hans Christian Anderson things about but this one is *the* postcard picture.Unfortunately we forgot to put the 128mb card back into the camera and had to make do with 16mb....
The harbour area is very pretty and another postcard destination.
One of the highlights of our weekend was taking a day trip over to Sweden!
It's half an hour on the train over the Oresund and being travel junkies, we had to nip over to say we'd been.
I particularly liked looking round the Swedish Design shop and wishing I just had that spare few thousand Kroner to buy something really special to bring home.
In Denmark we hired bikes to look round the city, visited the extortionate Tivoli, admired the amber on sale everywhere, ate collossal breakfasts in our very pleasant hotel, walked miles around the city taking in the architecture and ate out in some cool restaurants.
In Sweden we spent our time in Malmo looking at the new area with its 'Turning Torso' building, ate apple and cinnamon ice cream in the sun on the Western Harbour, wandered in the old town taking pictures and window shopping Swedish Design, looked round St Peter's Church and sent some postcards.
Got to the airport on Sunday afternoon with lots of time to kill before our flight. Drank freely and played backgammon.
Our travel advice: Take the train to Sweden. Buy a Copenhagen card. Go without teenagers.