Europe Trip – PART II: Copenhagen and Vienna

Hello Guys,
  Happy Thursday!!! I hope your week is going well!!! Omg…I am so excited tomorrow is Friday!!! And plus this weekend is a long weekend, Whoop-Whoop!!!
  Thanksgiving Day is coming to Canada and for people in the USA – Columbus Day!!!YAY…So let’s all have fun!!!
I am not sure about Europe, but still I really hope that we all will have a great time!!!
As I promised, today is my Part II: “Trip to Europe – Copenhagen and Vienna”
  Copenhagen – Denmark’s capital , home to the royal family’s and of course “One of the Happiest Nation’s”
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  Who wouldn’t want to visit this beautiful royal city and when I tell you royal, you better believe me…But if you have only $ 100 in your pocket – this city is not for you!!! I wouldn’t even say it’s for me earthier, but since we have friends over there we’ve decide why not…
  First thing that I’ve noticed it’s very, very expensive: for a cup of coffee and their famous “Smorrebrods” we had to pay $50 CAD, bottle of water from $5-$10 EUR…Insane, but again we came not to eat, but to see this wonderful Land “Copenhagen”
  Copenhagen has attractions to suit every taste and interest – and most of them are within walking distance. The three most famous attractions in the city are most likely the more than 100-year old amusement park Tivoli Gardens, the statue of The Little Mermaid, and the freetown of Christiania. But Copenhagen has a lot more to offer. With a history that dates back to 1043 the city is full of historic landmarks, significant buildings and interesting sights and museums Be sure to visit Amalienborg Palace – home to the royal family – and walk down the shopping street Stroget.
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Vienna is packed with imperial history; at the same time it has exciting contemporary museums, lively eating and nightlife scenes, and many quiet corners to explore.

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  Vienna is one the most musical cities in the world. This is partly due to the vast number of great composers and musicians who were born here or lived and worked here, such as Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, Johann Strauss (both father and son), Liszt, Brahms, Bruckner and many others

Vienna is a city where postmodernist and contemporary architectural designs contrast and fuse with the monumental and historic. The MuseumsQuartier is a perfect example, with modern museum architecture integrated into a public space created around former stables for the Habsburgs’ horses

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  Go to Schonbrunn Palace Evening: Palace Tour, Dinner and Concert or Hofburg or visit Schloss Schonbrunn

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  And I highly recommend to visit Madame Tussaud Museum
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  Thank you for visiting my page:)

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