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Christianshavn

Dan and the secret box

Lake near Dan and Julie's

On Gothersgade


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Julie's roast

and the dinner

Sunset, from Dan and Julie's

Jellyfish (no, I didn't eat it)


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We took a boatride to Trekroner, an old fortress on the sea, against the British invasion

Famous Danish windmills


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Trekroner ahead

At Trekroner

You can see the bridge connecting Sweden and Denmark


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The cafe on Trekroner

Very Danish lunch (traditional meatballs, marinated herring, dark rye bread, a little packet of lard--seriously, yummy)


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At the cafe


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So glad the Danish flags have those colors

The view of the cafe


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Yes, it was truly a nice day

A peek inside the ruins

Near Amalienborg (these are for...)


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Nyhavn

Waiting for a boat

(It is unclear whether they all know each other.)

Nyhavn


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Christianshavn

Kierkegaard's former residence, at Kunstindustrimuseet

A star is born

Carsten's table, before it all began


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First, the soup (well that was after the champagne and hours d'oeuvre).

Second, the fish course

Happy participant

Dan taking charge of the Amarone,


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which has to be aerated just so.

In anticipation...

The food and wine are THIS good


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Third, the first main course

"Which is this fabulous" (Julie)

"Absolutely" (Soeren)

Then fourth, comes the SECOND main course


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All created by the master, finally with dessert (scented orange soup, handmade chestnut truffles, Spanish muscatel...)

From atop the Roundtower

By the lake near Dan and Julie's--this is really a wonderful city for bikes

This is a bank, Danish style


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"Black Diamond," the national library

Canals are beautiful in Christianshavn

Von Frelsers Kirken, Christianshavn

A small street in Christianshavn


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Danish open sandwiches Julie made

Sankt Hans (summer equinox), June 2001. 11pm, still not yet dark

Sankt Hans, 3am, and already light


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A church in Bagsvaard, designed by Utzon

By Rosenborg Castle, sunset

Kierkegaard's (and family's) grave

Carsten's melon soup (2001)


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Dawn at Christianshavn