The happy end of our Great Cruise tour last August was in Copenhagen. I was very much dreaming of sleeping a bit of more hours in the morning, but we were told that we have to leave the Cruise at 8 in the morning (Although our flight back was late in the evening). Moreover, we had to leave our luggage in front of our room door before midnight. Sounds like a booth camp, rather than a holiday. Since we joined this cruise trip with a group of around 40 people from our country, we all had to get on a bus and go to the half day Copenhagen tour. I did not fancy it so much, as it was my third time being in Copenhagen and the second for our son and my husband. So we asked our guide to leave us somewhere in the center, but the answer was no. We had to visit the little mermaid once more, and buildings of the king and queen and Tivoli parks (from the bus).
After a 4 hour tour mostly on the bus, sometimes walking, with another 100 tourists, we were free to enjoy a couple of hours at Nyhavn-at last. So we had a nice lunch at Nyhavn and some shopping on the main Pedestrian road of Copenhagen-Stroget-the longest pedestrian street of the world.
Do you remember game:
Me: What comes to your mind first, when I say our Cruise trip.
My son: Poesia, our red restaurant, Zebra bar…
Me: Anything from day trips?
My son: Geiranger view, Oslo, little boats took us to port