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    Køge, south of Copenhagen.
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    Soccer, Cycling sport, Motorsport
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  1. It also depends on your destination. Flights outside Europe (including UK) requires a possible long line at the passport control and if it's a flight to USA you also need to clear the US pre check. If you are going overseas but has a layover in Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt etc you will handle all that stuff in these airports. Ideally you will have to be at the airport at 7:30 to 8:00 to be on the safe side so leave the ship around 7. Remember that it can take some time to check in your luggage, clear security, walk to the pier and perhaps also pass control.
  2. Sorry I was to tired when i posted yesterday, you do indeed need to clear the passport control when flying from Copenhagen to London. I don't know why I posted otherwise. Sorry if I confused anyone. US pre check will off course happen at London as Hallasm wrote.
  3. The difference is that if you fly directly from Copenhagen you need to clear the passport control. Flying through London you handle it there instead.
  4. Agreed, the busses are parked in s way so its not possible to see her from the bus. And a little disclaimer, she is called the Little Mermaid so she is very little. So don't expect any statue of liberty sized statues that some wierdly expect.
  5. This line is very short with 2 stations so its not as complex as M3 and there has been no reports of setbacks or delays of any kind. Current scheduled opening is spring 2020 and they will start test runs this fall and winter. So yes I believe that M4 is operating when Dolce By Wyndham opens in early 2021.
  6. If you are cruising 2021 then you can book the Dolce by Wyndham. Its will be located just next to the Orientkaj Metro station and here there will be easy access to downtown Copenhagen with the metro line M4. For travelling to the cruise pier (Oceankaj) you can get bus 27 and I'm almost 100% sure that bus 25 will stop here as well. But we will first know this spring.
  7. You will suggest a few things to do, especially with a child. 🙂 Zoo, now with Panda bears. 🙂 Blue Planet aquarium. Experimentarium kids science museum. Frilandsmuseet open air museum. Viking ship museum in Roskilde. Its very easy to take the car to Billund, there is a motorway almost all the way. Just remember that you have to pay for the bridge toll to cross the Storebælt bridge.
  8. The Danish resistance museum will reopen in May next year after a couple of years of rebuild after a devastating fire some years ago.
  9. Here is a little info for those of you travelling to Copenhagen next year from California. Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has moved their LAX Stockholm route to Copenhagen starting from January 20th. During the summer timetable there will be daily departures from both airports. Nothing has been announced about San Francisco yet so I assume they also will have daily departures from there just like now.
  10. Germany is not on the same level as the Nordic countries regarding cashless society. I have my debet card Visa Electron from Nordea (I think its called Nordea Pay or Visa Pay now) declined in ticket machines in Berlin and a taxi in Düsseldorf only accepted Cash as payment. And on the service stations on the autobahn they don't like small purchases payed by credit card. My experiences is a few years old so it might have changed but these issues have never appeared in other similar countries.
  11. First of all I would look for one of the Scandic hotels because they include breakfast. If you rent a car (as I would suggest) then its probably easier to hit up one of their locations in Sluseholmen, Kødbyen or Falkoner as they probably has better and cheaper parking facilities... The reason why I would suggest a car is that southern Sweden is very rural so getting around on trains and busses might work if you are familier with using trains and busses but a car is lots easier. Just remember your passport when crossing the bridge or taking the ferry. A guide would probably be mega expensive so its probably better to look at the local tourist informations website to see what they can offer and plan your travel yourself. For a start of you do only Malmö and Lund you can drop the car but if you are interested in the Wallander crime novels then a visit to Ystad could be interesting. There is also some interesting nature landscapes on Skånes East coast that could be interesting to see if you headed there anyway.
  12. Søstrene Grene and Normal could also be a good place to look for such things that Flying Tiger has.
  13. I was pointing at the fact that I am a supporter of Liverpool FC. So I know a little bit about Scousers 🙂 I am familier with the comedian John Bishop and he can be hard to understand.
  14. I also prefer English with a Liverpool accent, wonder why 🙂
  15. Hallasm is right because Skåne is the southern province in Sweden so don't pronounce it that way. 🙂 The G is silent so you are not far off and now I'm not that good in english so excuse me if I'm using the wrong term But you'll need to put pressure on the letter A. So something like SkA(g)en. Hope it makes sense 🙂
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