Dont be scared
Also, Denmark is a country not a state...
The words are synonymous when you're talking about governments, national borders, etc. It might have been clearer if I'd said "country", but I wasn't incorrect. At least not in the way you think I was.Boris Sprinkler said:Also, Denmark is a country not a state...
I'd disagree with that. Definitely better during the day. Nice and sunny, few beers and smokes and some friends.Papingo said:I was in Copenhagen last year and we had a wander round Christiania during the day. It was nice for a wander,a drink and a mosey, seeing as we were in Copenhagen anyway. It is apparently best at night.
so your assertion that the state of Denmark is only slightly bigger than the 2 miles of Copenhagen, is based on the assumption you are including Greenland and the Faroe Islands? Since by your definition on state they would also be included.D said:To be more specific - a state is a sovereign territory
"the state" usually refers to the governing body of said territory
I only went during the day, so only have that, and what someone said to go on.Boris Sprinkler said:I'd disagree with that. Definitely better during the day. Nice and sunny, few beers and smokes and some friends.
Also, don't miss nyhavn for some beers (buy your own and sit on the harbour side, avoid the cafe's in that area, expensive) and a laugh.
Papingo said:I only went during the day, so only have that, and what someone said to go on.
copenhagen is nice. it has lots of ver de gris covered statues, which is a good thing. some of them look like they've had their eyes gouged out.
the little mermaid is shit though. we walked for ages to get to it (possibly all the way to Germany) and it was rubbish. they should make it look like the little mermaid from Disney or the models in the souvenir shops, and cover it in glitter. that would make it a bit better.
Yes!Boris Sprinkler said:It is shit though. Got covered in pink paint for a bit in the summer due to the Ungdomshuset protests. You would have preferred that I guess.
From the bottom up.Hi folks
My best friend and I are going to Copenhagen for a long weekend soon. Wondered if anyone could give me some tips. Firstly, is it worth buying one of these Copenhagen card things or not? Anything good we should see? Eat/avoid???
Also hoping to go into southern Sweden for a day trip.
I'm quite excited about this holiday!!
yes. It aint that big. you'll even have time to go over The BridgeOld thread bump, I'm thinking about going for three nights in february half term, Ill get there in the evening of the first night, have 2 full days there and fly back on sunday evening ready for work monday.
Found a hostel called Generator which looks quite cool too.
Will I be able to see much of it in 2.5 days?