Denmark’s capital city is a wonderful mix of old and edgy. It’s location on an island creates a city of extremely accessible canals, waterfront parks and beaches. Boating, biking and walking are far and away the most convenient and pleasurable means of transportation in an area which takes prides in its high environmental standards (it aims for carbon-neutrality by 2025!) Copenhagen has ranked high in all surveys for “livability” and its citizens claim to be the happiest on earth, in spite of high taxes and general cost of living. It’s pretty, its old architecture is charming, it’s new architecture is exciting (the Opera House is spectacular), Tivoli amusement park and gardens, which opened in 1843 in the center of the city, is a delight, and the city is absolutely cutting edge for cultural and social issues. I completely get it.
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You continue to open my eyes to places I thought I had seen! You wowed me with your trip to the Southwest, and now Copenhagen! It’s been many years since I was there, but I never saw the city the way you did. What a treat for me this morning; many thanks.
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So nice to hear from you Doris, and I look forward to your “coming home”… hope you’ve had a great summer!
Thanks for being able to share your travel without having to pack
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