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1. Dog column base
Collared at a walkway.
Food: Denmark's open-faced sandwiches, smorrebrod, are better seen than worded, so go to http://www.copenhagenet.dk/cph-eating.htm Scroll to the end for the recipe for liver paste, or leverpostej. Everywhere are the shrimp and hard-boiled egg sandwiches. The rye bread is chewy, thin-sliced, seeds of different kinds. Texture.
3. Navigate the bicycles
The city uses roundabouts for traffic calming, adding traffic lights and do-not-do-this signs where wheeled matters are particularly dicey. When in doubt, ease in, and keep going around until you are sure where your exit street is.
Christiansborg Palace, now the Danish Parliament, Copenhagen
Tivoli Gardens, entrance, Copenhaven
Poster dummy outside Tivoli. The fun starts outside. No chance to miss where it is.
And restaurants, restaurants. Expect long waits. The longer they make you wait, the more small dishes or little liquids you may order.
Dan Widing with ribs at Tivoli