Having missed out on Walibi Holland and Liseberg we were fully resigned to missing out on a trip to Copenhagen as well. Thankfully in the past 2 weeks I had become significantly better and on Friday after seeing multiple friends on social media return from holidays abroad, we decided that we would take our flights to Denmark. Saturday came around and we took our 90 minute mask bound flight with our hands routinely covered in more alcohol than an EP strength cocktail. We landed, took the metro to Copenhagen central and upon leaving the station we were immediately greeted by the Star Flyer and the Milky Way Express of Tivoli Gardens. It's great to see that Tivoli is as central as it gets when it comes to theme parks. Onwards to the hotel and which is a 15 minute walk or 5 minutes on Lime scooters. As the Hop on/ Hop off tours were cancelled and we wanted to avoid the metro Lime scooters became our primary mode of transport for getting around the city quickly. We spent Sunday on the hop on/hop off boat which was allowed for some reason and then hit the rest of the highlights on the Lime scooter before retiring to the hotel roof bar for a dusk view across Tivoli. My favourite spot was Nyhavn and Emma's was the Little Mermaid statue. Oh wait thats the genetically modified little mermaid that nobody seems to be bothered about. Here's your most photographed lady in the world We hit the hay after a wonderful £10 pint of Carlsberg ready for Tivoli the next day.