After a short hop from Ireland, we arrived in Denmark on Tuesday afternoon. Decent weather, some cloud but decidedly cooler.
We navigated the train system from Kastrup to the Central Station where we had a 10-minute walk to our apartment.
After unloading our stuff, we walked to a nearby store to get some supplies. It was an interesting experience. No English, unfamiliar packaging and pricing. Dividing the price by 5 reassured us that food prices weren't much different from home. Google translate helped a few times. We had the misfortune to be shopping at 5 pm and experienced the longest checkout lines we'd ever seen. I think we spent half an hour waiting.
Our apartment is 6 floors up, good light both morning and afternoon, small but comfortable. After 2 weeks in a car, limited mostly to hotel sized rooms, the extra space is nice.
In the morning, it's cool. Barely above freezing, but sunny. Real blue sky. Not something we've seen much of recently.
We walk for about 6 hours, visiting museums, the botanical gardens and picturesque areas of the city. There are canals, impressive grand, old buildings and many, many bicycles. They have special lanes to themselves. Anyone on foot needs to watch for the bikes and the cars. There seem to be more bikers, and they're stealthy.
By mid afternoon, we're tired and hungry. Back at the apartment after the day's walk of perhaps 20 km, we snack, read and sleep. Supper of baked salmon followed by some plans for tomorrow. We're too tired to generate much enthusiasm for an evening walk so we stay in and read.