Copenhagen, Day 3

When I got back to Copenhagen after visiting Kronborg, I decided to take a canal tour.  It was a hot day, and I welcomed the cool breeze from the water.

It really is a gorgeous city.  But I never quite feel like I know a city until I take their public transport.  So I hopped on a city bus, and made my way a little bit further out of the city, for one of my must see sites — a cemetery.

This cemetery was really beautiful, and residents seemed to treat it like a regular park, with people reading and hanging out on the grass.  The reason I wanted to come is because Hans Christian Anderson was buried here.

That was my final night in Copenhagen, and I treated myself to a lovely dinner and stroll around the city.

The next day, I went to cross off the final item on my Copenhagen bucket list: the grand library I had walked by every day. Before I knew it, it was time to head to the airport and catch my flight back to London.

I really needed my flight to arrive on time, as I had tickets to see Doctor Faustus at the Globe Theatre that night, and so of course, my flight was late and I only just made it to the theatre.  As someone who likes to arrive early for everything, I was not so pleased with myself.  But the play was great, and I soon forgotten about my disappointment with the international travel system.

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