With all the luggage in Hamburg
Unfortunately, with all the delays what was supposed to have been a four and a half hour train ride ended up being seven hours! Ugh. The new landlords at the apartment in Copenhagen were very understanding (thankfully) with our inconvenient arrival time. We were fully prepared to spend the night in a hotel had we gotten in much later and/or should they have proven to be less accommodating. The apartment is bright and spacious with all the "mod cons" as they say over here ("modern conveniences" for those of you who are a little less hip -- you know who you are!)
I went for a run this afternoon and from what little I saw of the city it looks like a lovely place. The area we are in is a mix of four to six story apartment buildings with funky stores and restaurants. The city itself seems laid back and not too full of itself though why I say this I am not sure. Russell went to the grocery store today so we are stocked up for the week and I've been doing laundry all day so we should be able to go out and actually see some stuff later this week.
Can't say as I am sorry that we haven't got another train ride ahead of us. Wanted to share some photos we took last week in Frankfurt. We did a day trip there. It's an interesting city -- gritty but with big office towers and livable spaces as well. Especially enjoyed our visit to the observation floor of one of those banking towers and also our lunch in a department store cafeteria that had a lovely view. Enjoy.