Quite a satisfying tasty meal compared to the flight food I somehow never liked, after lunch, we walked for 10 minutes to Christians, stood around, took a couple of pictures of the complex of government buildings, including the Parliament, Supreme Court and Prime Minister's office. That was about it here before crossing in front of the attractive fountain and back into the coach to journey to Langelinie (Copenhagen Harbour Promenade). We then walked through the park to see the ever popular tourist attraction since 1913 - "The Little Mermaid", the bronze statue on a rock by the waterside by Edvard Eriksen, modelled after the Royal Theatre ballerina, Ellen Price.
An hour at this place, off we left for the next destination - featured in Part 2.
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