Heads Down, Heels Up
It was a sunny but brisk day in Copenhagen. Perfect for a late afternoon canal tour.
Departed from Nyhavn, or new harbor. Now a trendy and tourist area, it used to be a bad section of town.
The Opera House, a gift to the country from Denmark’s richest man.
The National Theater
One of the kings liked Amsterdam so he built canals.
There are lots of low bridges.
You can climb the spire of Our Savior’s Church. Spot the tiny people.
Three entwined dragons top the Borsen, a 17th-century stock exchange. The dragons represent Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
Back to Nyhavn.
Arrived this afternoon for two weeks in Copenhagen, Aarhus, and Stockholm. Staying around the corner from Nyhavn.
The best hamburgers in northern Minnesota.
Once the first movie theater in Park Rapids, The Royal Bar serves a mean hamburger. The old movie theater sign is inside.
Great staff and service.
Park Rapids is famous for its parking down the middle of the street.
Looking down from the gondola on the way to 12,739 feet at Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, Zermatt, Switzerland.
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