|17th century Nyhavn|
By reaching out via CouchSurfing.com I met and stayed with a really nice girl, Rikke, who lives in Sydhavn which is two quick stops on the regional train from Copenhagen’s central station. With the exception of getting back and forth to Rikke’s apartment, I was able to walk the entire city over the course of two full days. Copenhagen is a very pedestrian and bike friendly city; it is quite flat and the major attractions are centrally located and easy to find with a good walking map. One note though -- there are very few signs in English but most Danes, particularly those under 40, speak good English and didn’t seem to mind helping if asked.
|couchsurfing (in this case sleeping on the floor) in Denmark|
|view from Our Savior's Church|
|St Peter's Church in Malmo|
|a 6-berth sleeper cabin|
|lounging on the Spree|