Day 2 – Copenhagen

Second day of great fun, but without much rest along the way… Today, I mainly went to Copenhagen’s Glyptotek, a big (big, as in way bigger than just a little big… Big big big!) museum founded by the son of the founder of the Carlsberg beer.

After many hours of watching the different expositions, I moved to Tivoli Gardens, a must if you check any “to do while in Copenhagen” list on the Internets… And it is indeed, a must see! The oldest amusement parc in operation in the world is really worth a visit, even if you don’t go on rides…

So here are some pictures, awaiting corresponding comments, a little later 🙂

On the way to the Glyptotek (actually on my way to and back from it)

 

In my Glyptotek pictures, there is a lot of butts and such… After seeing the exposition about Rodin’s work twice in Montréal, I found myself to be fascinated by marble statues…  Especially angles we don’t usually see. I won’t start on it, I’d post just tomorrow morning…

 


 

After a few days of skipping the blogging and chatting in the evening, due to extreme tiredness, here are some of my pictures of Tivoli Gardens, one of the oldest amusement parks still running, and one if not the most beautiful one I have visited. It is possible to enter the park without getting on any ride, and I recommend it warmly… It is a 20 something dollars well spent to have a nice time in the Danish mythical park.

 

 


 

Previously…

Copenhagen, day 1 

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