Bikes on the canal where we stayed before the cruise.
The Nyhavn, or new harbour, was built in the 17th century. It is packed with restaurants, cafes and beer gardens.
The little mermaid. It is kind of like the Mona Lisa - when you finally see it, you wonder what all the fuss was about.
Rosenborg Palace, home of the Danish crown jewels and other 'treasures of the royal family'.
One of the four buildings of Amalienborg Palace, residence of the Danish royal family.
Hans Christian Andersen himself watching over the entrance to Tivoli Gardens.
Once again we find ourselves at the market as Debbie checks out the fresh fruits and vegetables.
Quiet shopping on the side streets in the old town.
The Royal Palace is the largest palace in the world still used by a head of state - King Carl XVI Gustav.
The ship followed the Swedish coastline for a couple of hours on our way in and out of Stockholm. It looked a lot like cottage country in Ontario.
Inside the Uspenski Cathedral, the largest orthodox church in Western Europe.
One way or another, we always end up at the market. Debbie checking out fur hats when it`s 25 degrees outside!
The beer tram that makes a 50 minute loop around the downtown. In the back is a bar where you can pick up a beer or two to enjoy back at your seat while taking in the sights.