I slept ok but Jac only had about 4 hours sleep. The joys of being in a dorm room. Of course she did wake me to let me know she was going for a shower. I guess that's code for time to get up. So I had a shower & then we left to grab some breaky at the supermarket. We then wandered up to the lake to eat somewhere with a decent view. From there it was on to the town hall where we waited to join a walking tour. As it started we decided to join a red headed guide name Martin as he looked more interesting than the other blonde guide. It was a choice that was vindicated as he ended up being one of the best guides we have been with. Over the next 3 hours we saw & heard about places associated with Hans Christian Anderson, Nazi occupation as well as a complete lesson on Danish history. Let's just say that the Danes should avoid fire at all cost. It's ridiculous the amount of times things have burnt down in this city. The final place we got to see was the royal palace where of course Princess Mary lives. Bit nicer than her Tassie house no doubt. Once we had left a tip we watched the Red Bull cliff diving event across the harbour for a while (they dived off the opera house) then wandered along the waters edge to see the famous little mermaid statue. It was of course a little underwhelming, much like Mannekin Pis in Brussels. But we took the obligatory photos then made our way back into town for a snack of hotdogs. We sat on one of their squares for a time but it lacked any character so we started the long journey back home. We did stop at a nice park & grabbed a pizza & some beers to count as our dinner, then returned to the hostel for happy hour. This was mostly to use the last of the money which equated to a drink each. Then we showered & packed ready for tomorrow before watching a movie in bed. Sad to be leaving Copenhagen? No not at all. It's just a nothing city. No need to really visit, unless you are coming to visit Mary maybe. We have an early flight in the morning as we head to Russia to join a tour. This will be our final European country before heading down to Asia. When we booked this trip Russia seemed so far away, & yet here we are. With most of Europe behind us I like to think we have saved one of the most exciting for last.