After returning from Sweden we went to Trivoli gardens, but were disappointed to see that there was a fee to enter. By that point our should so stiff and we were cold, so we decided to go back to the hostel. On our way back to our hostel we discovered the most amazing market, a combination of pike place meets met market. Tons of different booths with incredible foods, and testers! We decided to treat ourselves to mini apple pies, and headed back to the hostel to enjoy them. We walked into our room to find older people, very weird and not normally something you see at a hostel! We refreshed quickly then went to the lobby to enjoy some wine and our pies, which we heavenly, before stepping out the explore the main shopping street. We were surprised to see that by 7pm all of the stores were closed, but it was still fun to take the city in at night. That night we met up with a friend who’s studying there, we went to a great bar to start. The bar was packed with an older crowd, played 80’s, was decorated with the signature Denmark candles décor, and it was happy hour! We all shared travel stories before heading to an all the beer you can drink club, that played as you can probably guess all of the oldies but goodies as we like to call them. We had a great time, but were exhausted from a long and busy day.
The next day we woke up to discover we’d done just about everything we had hopped to do, so we hopped on our train and headed back. The train ride back was great, at one point the train took a ferry across the sea so we all got off and got to enjoy the view from the deck. We then decided to spend some time in Hamburg . . .