Copenhagen in June still required several layers of clothing. Many outdoor cafes had heaters and blankets, but they lacked the shoulder-height glass windbreaks I saw in Stavanger. Food at places along the canal was excellent. My hotel (Bella Sky) was another matter. This is a big hotel attached to the conference center with 800 rooms, but the cafe menu has a total of two sandwiches and maybe six main courses. If you stay here a week, it is easy to get tired of that menu. One night I came in late and needed dinner in the room. I checked the room service menu and found the two sandwiches and six mains, all with meat. Well, I eat seafood or vegetarian and this was a dilemma. Ultimately I ordered the chicken and bacon sandwich, hold the chicken and bacon. Not much of a sandwich and it took 1.5 hours to get there. It is a beautiful hotel, but come on.
Hotel issues aside, I found old Copenhagen charming. There were some good bookshops too. I bought a couple of crazy books from the 1930s by Dennis Wheatly, the titles being Murder off Miami and Who killed Robert Prentice? (info here).
More bikes than cars in Copenhagen.
17th Century observatory tower with interior spiral ramp.
This was my favorite.