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Høje-Taastrup Kommune

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  • Day34

    Schweden -> Dänemark (inkl Outlet x2)

    August 1, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ 🌧 14 °C

    [Carolin]
    Heute war, nachdem wir über die Öresundbrücke wieder nach Dänemark gefahren sind, shoppen angesagt; erster Stopp im Outlet Copenhagen, was eigentlich eher ein Einkaufszentrum war. Hier haben wir für Körbi's Freund Bobo noch eine Freundin gekauft: Giraffe Gaby. Außerdem hat Mami noch ein paar schöne neue Klamotten bekommen und durfte ein letztes Mal in ihrem Lieblings-Bastelladen bummeln gehen.
    Nach einem kurzen Snack für Körbi ging's dann weiter ins Outlet Ringsted. Dort haben Papi, Körbi, Pauli, Ben und Jakob ein paar neue Schuhe bekommen. Außerdem gab's noch bisschen was im Legowear-Laden. Hat sich nochmal gelohnt 🥰
    Letzte Etappe für heute war der Weg zum Sanddobberrne Camping. Bisher unser tollster Stellplatz: direkt an der Ostsee. Toller Blick aufs Meer. Und das Wetter ist jetzt auch gut. Ab jetzt soll es die nächsten Tage sonnig sein. Hier wollen wir noch ein paar Tage entspannen.
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    (Willi) schon fast so gelenkig wie Oma!

    8/1/19Reply
    Körbi auf Reisen

    Mutti pennt noch und den Buben ist langweilig!

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    Körbi auf Reisen

    Copenhagen Outlet

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    Körbi auf Reisen

    Ringsted Outlet!

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  • May18

    Copenhagen - day 37

    May 18, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ 🌙 13 °C

    Alarm went off at 4am and we were in our taxi and off at 4.45. Had a bit of an issue at the airport as my travel agent had spelt my name wrong just for this leg – I have an r at the end of Ferrar. So I couldn’t check in. But they managed to change it for me. I don’t normally use travel agents, and couldn’t check my details just for this flight. Then we also had the issue of the large kitchen knife in Jody’s carry on – who would have thought that was a problem? And in her other bag she had a can of coke. Obviously packing while tired wasn’t the best idea. But we were there in plenty of time and on our 7am flight early with a spare seat between us which was nice. The plane had lots of spare seats. I have flown British Airways once before and both times had spare seats.

    It was really foggy when we landed in Copenhagen so the plane was landed entirely on instruments rather than the pilot – they told us that twice so it must have been significant. Our hotel is quite nice and very near the centre which is good. We checked in and went off for a walk to the food market – there was no breakfast served on the plane, so we were a bit peckish by then. Oh my, the market was great. Lots of food options. We started with Chinese rice paper chicken wrap which was quite spicy. Then I found some watermelon which was very tasty and good for a very tired person. Then Jody stood in a queue forever for some Mexican tacos which were amazing while I searched for the shortest queue so I could go and sit down – quiche was rather nice tho. We had walked through a really nice park on the way there – lots of wacky backy smells from the people lounging around.

    We were really really tired by this stage and had 2 hours before our Segway tour, so just found a park to sit in and played games on our phone. Jody had been googling when we arrived and booked this tour then, but it was something we always had intended to do here. It was a wee walk to find the segways, but we had a paper map which made things easier than the electronic version. We had a trial ride in the building before we went off. Jody was a little bit unstable, and may have bumped into a few barrels, but once we were off she was just fine. I found it ok to ride, particularly once I moved around on it and worked out how it moved. They could go quite fast too which was fun. The only issue was standing up for 2 hours – I have rarely felt this tired! Lack of sleep coupled with a very tiring day driving yesterday wasn’t a good combination. The tour was great though, and we saw some lovely sights around the city. One lady fell off twice, and one man twice cos he wasn’t watching where he was going and ran into things – his partner thought it was hilarious.

    Then we walked back to the hotel seeing interesting shops. Had a gourmet burger for tea as we just needed to eat something and topple into our beds. It was really nice to finally do that! Impressions of Copenhagen –a city that it would be nice to see more, bikes absolutely rule (apparently more than in Amsterdam), and it is really really expensive.
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  • Day23

    Copenhagen, here we come

    July 26, 2017 in Denmark ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    Snapshot
    Where - Berlin to Copenhagen
    Weather- raining in Germany, fine in Denmark 22°C
    Distance - 420km plus ferry crossing

    Today was another travelling day from Berlin to Rostock, ferry crossing about 2 hours then on to our accommodation near Copenhagen. We were stressing a bit because the airbnb accommodation we had booked had not been confirmed with the host so I'm busy trying to contact airbnb to sort it out. One of those little hiccups you get occasionally. Anyway, all sorted and we have a place to stay.

    The only place we visited was an area called Stevns Klint which is a white chalk cliff that is a world heritage UNESCO site because of fossils there from the Creataceous period. There is an ancient stone church perched right on the cliff edge that has fantastic views, and a very steep staircase down to the stony beach - yes, we climbed down it.

    After that it was an easy drive to our accommodation - a quiet home in the suburbs - ready for a big day in Copenhagen tomorrow.
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