It was a travel day today so we had a sleep in then took it easy for the morning. Eventually we were packed & on our way out to the airport by train. We checked in & had lunch at the airport before boarding our flight. Would love to explore more of Poland but that is for another time, now it was time to be heading north west. Our flight was on a nice new plane that even had wifi, air travel has definately come a long way. We had been allocated an exit row so we had the extra legroom. Shame that only seems to happen on the short flights. We arrived in Denmark at Copenhagen airport without much fuss. We navigated the metro & arrived at our hostel. Now we don't mind staying in hostels but it is usually in a room by ourselves, but as it is so expensive here we have to share a 6 bed dorm. We will suck it up for the price & we only really plan on sleeping here anyway. Saying that though, once we checked in & made our beds we sat in the common area having a few beers & eating the food we had bought from a Polish bakery. About 8pm we ventured out for the 3km walk in to the city. Copenhagen isn't really like we imagined. It is dirty with a fair bit of trash around, & quite a bit of graffiti. Also it doesn't really seem to have a lot of character & they have neon signs everywhere, but not in a good way. We wandered around the Tivoli which is one of the oldest amusement parks in the world, as well as the park that Walt Disney took his inspiration from. The price to get in was pretty astronomical so when I say wandered around, I mean wandered around the outside streets. From there it was up the Stroge which is the longest pedestrian street in the world. Nothing was taking our breath away so we decided to return home. It was 10pm & still very light with lots of bike riders everywhere. It is the chief mode of transport here & results in the roads being reasonably traffic free. We arrived back to the hostel & showered before climbing in our bunks for hopefully a quiet night. Tomorrow we have the whole day in Copenhagen before moving on again to our final European country. I'm pretty sure one day is going to be enough here.