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Day two

today was an amazing day although we missed the start of our “tour” Norma and I took off on our own. Headed straight to the Nyhavn canal area to take the canal cruise
It was a gorgeous day and the tour was great.


After that we headed straight for the royal palace to see the changing of the guard

The guard changes at 12:00, it is really a spectacle to watch.  These guys are in the service and volunteered to be in the guard. They are very serious and must be effective because the palace is in an open square where people are milling about all day.  It is beautiful and peaceful



We sat and had lunch that we packed this morning around the royal gardens near the water. 











For all the photos of the trip, click HERE

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