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6/18-6/22 Copenhagen, Denmark

After Oslo we trained down to Copenhagen to get a taste of the southernmost portion of Scandinavia. The city had some strong hipster vibes, reminding us of Seattle and San Francisco. With recommendations from both our air bnb host and one of our fellow kayakers from the fjords we were able to navigate to some hidden gems in the city.

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In Copenhagen it’s all about biking, so we rented some bikes to take advantage of the flat terrain and bike lanes all over the city
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Adrian’s favorite tiny truck
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One of Copenhagen’s main attractions is a statue of The Little Mermaid, as the story originated here.
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Prince Eric is Danish! Who knew??!
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Nate consoling a sad sculpture whose attention is all stolen by The Little Mermaid around the corner
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Nyhavn

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We found a bar showing the NBA finals game 7 (starting at 2 am) and watched it with a bunch of Americans, including a group who had just graduated from Cal Poly. Don’t remember what happened in the game…
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The Church of Our Saviour. We saw that guy on the top and thought he must have a good view…
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…so we went in and climbed past the church bells and up the spiral stairs!

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Papir√łen, a warehouse of food trucks and picnic tables next to the canal
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We split some Moroccan and Thai food with a drink
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Had some beers at the Mikkeller Bar, a large “gypsy” brewer founded in Copenhagen which does not have their own equipment. They collaborate with other breweries to make all of their beer.

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