Copenhagen Part 1), visited "The little mermaid" and "Gedion Fountain & St. Alban's Church" and then a short journey to Amalienborg Palace - serene, spacious and a nice breather with hardly any people or very small groups of people but as said, it is in huge area, so compared to other crowded sightseeing spots (Venice, Italy), there will be no rushing-pushing to leisurely walk around the palace, see, admire and enjoy the breezy breeze as well. This palace obviously is about the history of the Danish royal family and if you arrive at the stipulated time, you will witness the changing of guards.
The guards may not smile or shake hands with you, but they won't mind if you take pictures with them (Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum). After spending around an hour here, we then embarked on the city tour. Standing at the save junction, we glimpsed at the old stock exchange as well as at other buildings prior to journeying to Carlsberg Brewery.
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