Nyhavn is so colourful, a photographer’s dream location.
The vegetarian burger was every bit as good as its hype.
Such a vibrant area.
Ooh, a Viking, he could have rolled his trousers up a bit more though.
The cherry blossom looks stunning.
How great to be able to have such an enormous ‘canvas’ to work on.
Ooh, that’s VERY colourful.
We’d never noticed how skeletal a coots feet look before, yuk!
No grapes to be seen here.
The little fish LOVE this bike.
A nice walk beside the lake.
What a great mural.
Mother goose on the alert.
Time for bed.
We weren’t expecting to see a sign for Louisiana on this trip.
Arriving at Copenhagen.
Such wide roads.
Ultra modern buildings …..
and fancy historical ones.
A lovely outlook.
We were thrilled that we could see the tower from over here.
Looks like a good place to stay.
This little bird was standing watching us on a tree at the back of our van.
We walked down the lane and caught a glimpse of a beach.
It opened out to this.
And then Darren noticed the twisted tower that we’d seen in Malmo.
In the distance we could see the bridge that connects Sweden to Denmark.
Spire of the Church of our Saviour.
Walk into Copenhagen.
I wonder how busy this gets in the Summer?
A disused railway line, at least we HOPE it’s disused.
I wonder how many times this area has been photographed just in the last 5 minutes!
Now we’ve seen The Little Mermaid from both sides.
It’s hard to understand why people feel compelled to vandalise her.
Ah, I’ve seen The Little Mermaid at last, she’s so dainty.
Going inside the ramparts
It looked like this might be a parade ground, it was neatly raked smooth of footprints.
Such a cheerful colour to paint a building.
This heron stood so still he could have worked as a ‘living statue’.
The ramparts were very peaceful.
Darren being given his photographic instructions.
It makes a nice change not to have to take a ‘selfie’.
Ooh! He looks furious!
The Gefion fountain was very popular, for a short while a large group of Japanese school girls photographed it then they vanished, whisked away by coach!
I love our bikes. Darren waiting patiently for me to get back on mine.
The intricate spire on the former stock exchange.
I love the architecture in Copenhagen.
Hi Nyhaven we’re back again.
Another beautiful modern building.
Ooh! We’re getting to see the Royal yacht from another angle. It’s so grand.
Oh, oh! Ever get the feeling you’re being watched!
Spire of the Church of Our Saviour, seen from the canal.
What a great place to live.
Eye catching bridge.
Back to where we began this morning but now the sun’s shining.
The lucky French lady will enjoy this view now.
Our motorhome waiting for the off
Leaving our overnight stop in Copenhagen
The bridge to Sweden.
A rainy start to the day but a great view to wake up to nonetheless.
Drying out slowly and enjoying the goodies in front of me.
Where’s that boat!
Frederik’s Church. What a beautiful and colourful roof.
A yacht belonging to the Danish Royal family.
The crew looked so smart.
An angel floating above a cloud of cherry blossom.
The blossom covered trees were a sight to behold.
Our day just couldn’t get any better, now a sea plane has landed.