Have breakfast of rolls and 1 litre of milk in shop. Walk around Palace then National Gallery. At 11am we go to the Tourist Office to arrange a visit to some Danes,* we are to meet Mr and Mrs Kurt Larsen at 7:30 pm.
Shop at Supermarket K9 for lunch and breakfast. Walk to Royal Danish Arsnel, very impressive, have Polser** for dinner then wait in Railway Station from 4pm till it's time to meet the Larsens.
Catch bus to Larsens and spend very pleasant three hours in their home, they feed us buns and cake and piles of coffee, schnapps and beer. Catch bus back to Youth Hostel and just make curfew at 11pm.
* The Youth Hostel had a message board which told us local Danish people welcomed travellers to their homes for a chat, how delightful is that!
** Hot Dogs, see below from Google. I just converted, they are still very cheap at about $4 Australian although I have no idea how much a Hot Dog from a street stand would cost in Sydney.
|Royal Danish Arsenal Museum. Gosh I've enjoyed my Googling around Denmark today, such a pretty country with some beautiful buildings and so clean. This is another country we must go back to one day.|