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Copenhagen Denmark

I am told that everyone in Copenhagen owns a bicycle. Ride to the train or subway station and park it outside, then pick up the bicycle you left at end and ride to your work. Hundreds are parked all over the place and I wonder how you find yours when you are looking for it.

I have always found these Hop-on Hop-off buses the cheapest and best way to tour a city. On your tour make a list of the best stops you enjoyed the most and visit them the next day on a more leisurely time.

My Jamaican friends will recognize this name. I wonder if the origin of Tivoli Gardens in Jamaica got its name from this place.
These Pancake carts reminded me of the Hot Dogs carts we have here in the USA.
The Little Mermaid
Before visiting this famous site in Copenhagen, I always thought that it was much larger that it actually is.The Little Mermaid is a bronze statue by Edvard Eriksen, depicting a mermaid. The sculpture is displayed on a rock by the waterside at the Langelinie promenade in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is 1.25 metres tall and weighs 175 kilograms
The Copenhagen Central Train Station recently celebrated its 100th birthday. It is the largest railway station in Denmark, and is located just across the street from the famous at Tivoli Gardens.
How much of Denmark is powered by wind? At the end of 2015, Denmark's capacity stood at 5,070 MW. Denmark has the highest proportion of wind power in the world. In 2015, Denmark produced 42% of electricity from wind, up from the 2014 record of 39% of total power consumption. For the month of January 2014, that share was over 61%.
Unique Chinese Take out Restaurant

I guess Ben and Jerry's ice cream is sold every where.

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