Interrailing into Copenhagen: Day 2
Posted July 9, 2018. 489 words.
After an early start and quick breakfast, we went to spend the day in Tivoli Gardens. The day started overcast and cloudy but quickly picked up. This may have put people off as for the first few hours the queues were tiny. In a little under 7 hours we went on nearly every ride (some multiple times), talked, ate, and rested. It was a great day out.
Afterwards we wandered the city and had burgers for dinner while listening to live jazz - formulating plans for tomorrow.
A Statue Of Hans Christian Anderson On The Way To Tivoli Gardens. A Grip Man In Case Of Emergency As Tivoli Is A Really Old Theme Park. Queuing For The Daemon We See A Pagoda.
Many People Waiting To Ride
Pulling Gs On Vertigo. Monsoon Is A Little Splashy.
A Japanese Styled Garden In The Middle Of The Park With Ducks
A Tallship Restaurant Which Unfortunately We Couldn’t Enter.Mirror Mirror On The Wall and The Ferris Wheel
Music Is Might
Tivoli Park Is 175 Years Old And Is Holding A Parade To Celebrate With Support From Disney.
We Then Walked Through The Gardens. Believe It Or Not. Then We Went For A Wonder Around Copenhagen.
Bethesda and This Garden Was Closing In Five Minutes
The City At Night Has A Nice Feel
87 Photos, Many Rides, and 21,321 Steps.