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Published: February 14th 2019
Back in Copenhagen, and with just one full day left in Denmark's capital city it was time to give a once-over clean-up to our Frederiksberg apartment before we headed into the city centre to meet up with our darling daughter Katherine. All three of us walked down part of Strøget, the world's oldest and longest pedestrian street which was established in 1962 and is 3.2km long. Buzzing with cafés and shops on either side of the street, it is where Kev bought himself a new leather jacket.
We ended up at the Stork Fountain behind which is the building where Café Norden is and where we decided to eat lunch. It was such a pleasure to have our youngest daughter all to ourselves and to enjoy both her company and such delicious food. For anyone who's planning to go to Copenhagen, it's a great place to eat.
With Aida and Adis' car at our disposal in the evening we made our last journey over to Katherine and Thomas' place. And for anyone who's never driven in Copenhagen, that's an art in itself as the roads are mostly very narrow and wind in and out. But after more than two
weeks it had almost become second nature! We enjoyed a very domestic evening with our three darling granddaughters; at one stage Evie whispered to me "Don't go Grandma". One of the down sides to living at opposite sides of the world but, then again, the upside is being able to meet up two or three times of the year if we're lucky. So we really have nothing to complain about.
The next day, with the girls at school and kindergarten, Katherine picked us up to take us to the airport to catch our plane home. The joy of sleeping in our own bed was the next thing to look forward to!!
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