When we visited Copenhagen, I didn’t really know much about the city other than everyone who had been loved it. Good enough for me! Whenever we travel and there’s an option to take a boat tour, we take one. In the case of Amsterdam we’ve been twice. I will never not want to go on a boat. So after a day of wandering and sore feet, we hopped on the last tour boat of the day to see Copenhagen from the water. About five minutes after we got on the boat, it started raining. A little into our tour and it was down pouring. We’d picked the perfect time to be on a covered boat that’s for sure. Luckily, it was short lived and we could open our windows up again after about 10 minutes and the sun came back out. Some swans visited us while we were stopped at the docking where the little mermaid statue was so people could get on and off the boat. I was content enough seeing the statue from the water instead of going the 45 minutes outside of town to see it. Little did we know that on one of our wandering days we did end up quite close to it anyway. Oh well. During the boat trip, we went down one of the famous streets Nyvatn, with all the coloured houses containing a restaurant in almost every one. We decided to make our way back on foot though so we could see everything better, and when it wasn’t raining, so that’s for another post.