Memoirs of Copenhagen

FINAL POST ON THE BALTIC SEA CRUISE I PROMISE…

Our day out in Copenhagen was in fact after our cruise had ended. Once we cleared out our cabins, our stewards were already tidying the rooms for the next trip. It made me feel kind of sad. We docked and waved goodbye to the scarily happy staff of the ship and dragged our suitcases behind us.

We chose to visit places which didn’t require us to spend money. In the summer my bank account has almost disappeared, it makes me feel sick thinking about it!

Carlsberg Beer Museum which we didn’t go in because we didn’t want to spend money.

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There was an election going on so loads of faces on posters everywhere!
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Hans Christian Andersen – the genius of fairytales.
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And here I am doing his statue injustice.
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I saw a few creatures lurking around on the buildings etc. Here is a fish/shrimp/beast thing.
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Why were these boys all dressed in yellow? Probably a school trip or something.
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A lovely fountain that was ruined with all these road work objects…
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Small details in the corners of buildings…
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…in the windows…
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…in doorways…
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It’s not easy getting a photo of people of on bicycles. They go by pretty rapidly and I don’t want to frighten them. The last thing they want is a silly girl pointing a camera at them
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Isn’t it lovely?
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We walked on towards a more modern area. Remember, we hadn’t a clue where we were because we had no guide this time. But we did meet a soldier who was standing beside vehicles which are used on the battlefield. He was really nice, a Lance Corporal if I remember correctly?
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Don’t we look mighty?
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You can see the buildings behind me are pretty modern.
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Interesting shapes…
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We did a video of me singing and dancing on the top here, but I am too embarrassed to put it up…
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It’s almost the same as China with all these bicycles!
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 I bought this brooch for my mother.
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And finally the infamous mermaid statue. Impossible to get a photo with because it’s so small and so hectic with all the visitors…
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Finally, my account of the Baltic Sea Cruise has come to an end. I had the most amazing time, but I am happy to not have it on my mind anymore. My brain can only hold so much in. After the last day, we said our goodbyes. Aunt #1 and I were heading back to London and Aunt #2 and Chan were staying for a further two days.

During the journey back to Edinburgh, on the ‘lovely’ EasyJet plane I think I was petrified of school. It’s wierd to think that now since I have returned and I have been going to classes everyday. It was also the worst flight in the universe, because I had a cold and I had pains.

Not just in my ears, but my teeth?! I had never been tortured like that before. I felt like my mouth was going to explode, my teeth about to launch out of my gums like bullets. I bit down on a napkin to fight the pain.

Tomorrow I bring great news! 😀 This post is too long to say anymore.
Thanks for reading.

 

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