Today, we said goodbye to the ship. We had such a good time on board but we were back in Copenhagen and had a full day ahead of us.
Smith sitting in the window box looking at the other docked cruise ships.
Kensington and Andrew in the cab on the way to the hotel.
After we checked in to our hotel, we hit the streets for shopping and food.
Grandmother, Ken and Andrew checking out the bakery. This bakery had some AMAZING cinnamon rolls that will be blogged about here later this week.
My sweet family in Copenhagen. Kensington is refusing to look at the camera and Smith is sound asleep.
After we finished our shopping and lunch, we headed into Tivoli Park. This is the main”thing” to do in Copenhagen and for good reason. You pay admission to enter this part Central Park, part amusement park, part shopping center, part restaurant central place. We spent hours here. It was beautiful and full of things for us to do.
Everyone waiting outside a store.
Nap time for K
Look at this lettuce growing on top of this roof! So cool!
My dad (with one of the roller coasters in the background). This park had EVERYTHING!
Andrew and Smith rode around in an electric car.
Of course, we had to ride the carousal. Kensington picked the pretty horse…
…and Smith picked the giant giraffe that his petite mama could barely reach him riding.
Then Kensington wanted to ride an electric car. 🙂
We stopped off at Hard Rock for dinner (it was inside the park!).
Then let the kids play on a pirate ship.
And Kensington and her daddy flew around a bit.
Wow! What a full day in Denmark! Tomorrow…we head home :(.