Unfortunately, I missed both Copenhagen and Stockholm…
We arrived there late at night, by bus. We had to pay for the bus in krones, and we didn’t have krones, there was no exchange and no ticket offices at the
station… So we were standing not knowing what to do. We were rescued by an absolutely wonderful woman, who, having walked around the whole station with us, just wanted to give us the money for the ride. We persuaded her to simply exchange us some euros.:)
Our host turned out to be a short springy old man, who accompanied us to the apartment, showed us the kitchen, the bathroom, left us the keys, and we never saw him again. 😀 Until our departure, the old man only communicated with us through Watsupp, and we just shut the door before leaving. This independent lifestyle pleased me a lot, as I was still sick. Sveta walked around the city, and I doctored myself at home. On the plus side, I was then going to Germany as a healthy person.:)
We walked along the central streets a little, and were surprised by the unending flow of cyclists! Europe has separate traffic lights for cyclists, they are lower and smaller than the usual ones. And when they are green, it is as difficult to cross the street as a general traffic way.
Sveta told me about the mermaid statue and the ancient mill. That the city is beautiful and that she had met deaf people from Germany in the city center.
I believed her and hoped to come back here again without fail.:)
I hoped to see the Andersen Museum and take a photo of myself with the mermaid.
And for now, our way is leading us further. Welcome us, Germany!)