Copenhagen (Day)

I flew directly from Trondheim to Copenhagen, my first flight after a lot of trains. I think my taxi from the hotel to the airport cost more than the flight, the flight wasn’t cheap, but the taxi was exorbitant.

I got a train from the airport to a station close to the hotel and walked the rest of the way. It is a lot easier to wheel a suitcase along streets that aren’t covered in snow. It was not warm, but it was a lot warmer than snow-covered Norway.

Dinner on the first night was a ramen place just over the road from the hotel. I got crispy chicken and a bowl of ramen, I think with a drink it would have been close to $50AUD.

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Going for a drive

I am not sure why, but for some reason there were basically no rental cars available in Trondheim. I rang at least 3 places who all said they were booked out before getting a call back from the rental place attached to the hotel I was staying at. They managed to find me a car as long as I was able to pick up and return it on the same day. Not a problem, I just want to go out and back in a day.

My drive for the day
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