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smiling badger

Copenhagen

Going there in a few weeks and have looked on the Web and there seems to be very little there.
Anyone been with any suggestions?
Cheers.
bearing

It's wonderful
grunt

Word is it's a friendly old girl of a town.
bearing

By all accounts a bit of a salty old queen of the sea
bearing

We're not helping much are we?

I'm sure LD will have been
grunt

Best way to get there just sail up the Skagerrak
and then sail down the Kattegat
grunt

Planes go there too though.
lebowski

They have a mermaid, like Morley.
ashthepash

Got your picture taken with the mermaid. It is a tourist must-do.

Drink some of that pear cider also....
Tank Girl

my mum and dad went there on honeymoon.
how odd.
smiling badger

Well, it seems that i will be looking out for a Mermaid. Theres a Legoland there too.
Looks as though im in for a thrilling time then.
Only there for a day then of to Sweden.
Hope theres a Lego Mermaid there!
Plastic Man

If you like a drink, don't forget to bring some duty frees...

The price of beer in Denmark, just like other Scandinavian countries, is madness incarnate. A couple of pints will cost anything from £11 to £13, and thatís before you add a fairly all-pervasive credit-card charge of 3.5%.

The casual beer drinker, apart from being blinded by the eye-wincing prices, would also think to themselves that there wasnít much variety. Carlsberg appears to be all-conquering, with a few varieties (Carls Special, Carlsberg Dark) as well as the well-known pilsner lager beloved of Liverpool fans. Itís not even the best lager in the world, in spite of its rather clever advertising.


http://james.cridland.net/blog/pr...most-expensive-beer-in-the-world/
smiling badger

Plastic Man wrote:
If you like a drink, don't forget to bring some duty frees...

The price of beer in Denmark, just like other Scandinavian countries, is madness incarnate. A couple of pints will cost anything from £11 to £13, and thatís before you add a fairly all-pervasive credit-card charge of 3.5%.

The casual beer drinker, apart from being blinded by the eye-wincing prices, would also think to themselves that there wasnít much variety. Carlsberg appears to be all-conquering, with a few varieties (Carls Special, Carlsberg Dark) as well as the well-known pilsner lager beloved of Liverpool fans. Itís not even the best lager in the world, in spite of its rather clever advertising.



Cool, i'll be getting drunk as a Lord then.

http://james.cridland.net/blog/pr...most-expensive-beer-in-the-world/
Dock

lebowski wrote:
They have a mermaid, like Morley.


I just wish Alan Wicker was as passionate as Leb is about travel reportage.
Pond Life

Is this a romantic break then Badge?
smiling badger

Pond Life wrote:
Is this a romantic break then Badge?


Not really. My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has  asked for company.
Suppose the old romantic in me could come out.
But with those prices not for too long.
Pond Life

smiling badger wrote:
Not really. My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.


How intriguing.


smiling badger wrote:
Suppose the old romantic in me could come out.


Not sure the police will look to kindly on that.
Dock

smiling badger wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Is this a romantic break then Badge?


Not really. My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.
Suppose the old romantic in me could come out.
But with those prices not for too long.


Re: My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has  asked for company.

Is there any filming in a seedy back street studio involved? I'm available to hold any discarded clothes if need be.
smiling badger

Pond Life wrote:
smiling badger wrote:
Not really. My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.


How intriguing.

Yes, very, isnt it?


smiling badger wrote:
Suppose the old romantic in me could come out.


Not sure the police will look to kindly on that.


Thought that they were supposed to be a nice relaxed bunch out there.
Pond Life

Dock wrote:
smiling badger wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Is this a romantic break then Badge?


Not really. My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.
Suppose the old romantic in me could come out.
But with those prices not for too long.


Re: My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.

Is there any filming in a seedy back street studio involved? I'm available to hold any discarded clothes if need be.




How very dare you! I bet she is a female James Bond, she'll shoot you for that sort of talk.
smiling badger

Dock wrote:
smiling badger wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Is this a romantic break then Badge?


Not really. My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.
Suppose the old romantic in me could come out.
But with those prices not for too long.


Re: My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.

Is there any filming in a seedy back street studio involved? I'm available to hold any discarded clothes if need be.


My moustache and 70s clothing are all in order, if thats what you are getting at.
And practising to talk out of sync.
Plastic Man

smiling badger wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Is this a romantic break then Badge?


Not really. My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.
Suppose the old romantic in me could come out.
But with those prices not for too long.


You do know that Copenhagen is not in Sweden?
Pond Life

Plastic Man wrote:
smiling badger wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Is this a romantic break then Badge?


Not really. My lady friend has some buisness to do in Sweden and has †asked for company.
Suppose the old romantic in me could come out.
But with those prices not for too long.


You do know that Copenhagen is not in Sweden?


smiling badger

luckily, yes.
Only there for a day then catching some train that goes over water to Sweden.

Awaites jokes about train going over water.
Plastic Man

smiling badger wrote:
luckily, yes.
Only there for a day then catching some train that goes over water to Sweden.

Awaites jokes about train going over water.


Not from me old boy.

In the olden days when I made the trip, the train actually drove on to a ferry for the crossing. All the locals piled in to the on-board supermarket to fill up on the duty free... jam, sugar and other high priced goods.

Bit boring nowadays as I understand they've built a ruddy big bridge.
bearing

I have a faint recollection of posting a picture of said bridge on here, doesn't the rail line go into a tunnel under the water at some point?
smiling badger

bearing wrote:
I have a faint recollection of posting a picture of said bridge on here, doesn't the rail line go into a tunnel under the water at some point?


Yes, bridges have been built across the water and also tunnels.
Should be quite an experience compared to the train ride from colchester to Liverpool St, that has views of peoples back gardens. Nice.
bearing

smiling badger wrote:
bearing wrote:
I have a faint recollection of posting a picture of said bridge on here, doesn't the rail line go into a tunnel under the water at some point?


Yes, bridges have been built across the water and also tunnels.
Should be quite an experience compared to the train ride from colchester to Liverpool St, that has views of peoples back gardens. Nice.


Once global warming takes a real hold, you could experience a similar journey on that very route.
Grind

You'll be having loads of hot steaming coffee in Sweden.

* It's what they do. *
Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
You'll be having loads of hot steaming coffee in Sweden.

* It's what they do. *


Judith Chalmers - eat your heart out.
smiling badger




Still has nothing on the great Chappel Viaduct.

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