We had a leisurely breakfast. Felt good to just relax after a couple of really busy days and a lot of traveling. Don had oatmeal. Ashley ate a croissant. It was one of our few sit down meals on the trip that did not take place on the cruise ship.
We had learned from Luis, our tour guide, there are three really good places to get a birds' eye view of Copenhagen. The free one is the top of the Christiandom Tower. They really control how few people are allowed at the top, which is nice once you are up there, but a little annoying when you are waiting without information. Here are the images from our trek to the top.
|A rare family shot|
|The largest space I saw in Copenhagen without a single bicycle.|
It is the parking lot for the ministers and other higher ups.
|The building with the dragon spire (former stock exchange)|
|At least one of the other major view points allows you to truly take a panoramic shot. |
This one is marred by smaller openings. You get what you paid for.
|Very little motorized vehicle traffic in Copenhagen (compared with other major cities).|
Lots of bicycles.
|Another view of the dragon spire|
|Our cruise ship off in the distance|
|Some creepy sculptures in the level between the different elevators. |
As if dumped there because someone didn't know where to store it.
|Good old war memorial.|