Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Rosenborg Castle, Restaurant l'Alsace|
Ben took an early-morning 1.5 hour walk looping around the five "Søs" northwest of the
train station. Then we all had breakfast on the 20th floor and headed out on foot for the
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek,
which has a nice collection of French Impressionist painting and Rodin sculptures, as well as
a big collection of Danish paintings and sculpture and an eclectic mix of "ancient" art.
We had forgettable pizza for lunch at an "Italian" restaurant
and then walked to the
where we admired the "Treasury" (including the Danish Crown Jewels) below the castle and the
vast collection of art, tapestries, furniture, plates, bowls, and other royal knick-knacks
in the above-ground castle rooms.
We walked back to our hotel for a bit of downtime and then headed over to
for a nice (mostly French) dinner accompanied by a bottle of
2004 Tommasi Amarone.
We played a game of Oh Peachfuzz before turning in for the night.
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