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May 28th, 2007, 05:47 AM
Which boat tour to visit Copenhagen? The hop-off hop-on boat tour or the guided boat tour from DFDS Canal tours or the Nettobådene (http://www.netto-baadene.dk/)?:confused:
Is it possible to take the hop-off-hop-on boat near the Langelinie (cruise docking)
Are the shops open 5th June?
Thanks for the information.
May 28th, 2007, 10:52 AM
Here are the timetables and yes it reach the little mermaid but not the guided tour, its only starting at Nyhavn.
May 28th, 2007, 11:15 AM
Thank you very much Danish Viking. Do you think we can start at the little Mermaid?
And is Zeleste a good place for lunch? :cool:
May 28th, 2007, 02:07 PM
It looks good
I found this on www.aok.dk (http://www.aok.dk)
On a side street just off bustling and touristy Nyhavn harbour (http://www.aok.dk/page/gen?_template=%2Fsearch%2Fresult_list_eng.html&sort=class%2Ccustom_page_count%2Ctemplate_page_cou nt&keywords=nyhavn&areas_id=&context_id=) lies a true Copenhagen treasure: Zeleste.
Hidden from the city buzz in a crooked 18th century building, this café/restaurant boasts a unique bar decorated with zinc etchings, a dimly lit back room with an old country house feel and an exceptionally charming courtyard with a functioning fireplace.
With a specific fusion cuisine, the restaurant stand out prominently from the mass of restaurants.
Bravely, they have cut the navel string to the French cuisine, and they experiment with a hot and bold seasoning of lemon grass, chili and ginger. For instance, you can have a sole with ginger/garlic butter and a pineapple/coconut salad.
Zeleste is also a cafe which offers a more traditional cafe menu, including brunch every day. In the summer, there is an out-door service in the yard.
daily 10.00-01.00kitchen 10.30-22.30
Price level [$$$$]
Main courses $8-$16
May 28th, 2007, 05:50 PM
Thanks for the info.