Along the Away

a traveler's tales

I took this photo on my last morning in Copenhagen, as I lingered over a last lazy breakfast watching the morning unfold.

This crazy busy square is called Amagertorv. It’s located on Strøget, the pedestrian-only shopping street (the first one in the world) which features some of the oldest buildings in the city – some from 1600.

The Stork Fountain was given to King Frederik VIII and Queen Louise on their silver wedding anniversary in 1888.  It is a popular meeting spot for people so it’s a great scene to people watch while drinking coffee and eating bread and cheese :-)

From here I was off to the airport – goodbye Copenhagen, till next time!

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Sydney based, coastal dwelling. When I'm not at work I'm somewhere outdoors, or in the yoga studio, or at my local cafe, or pottering at home.

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