Cycling in Sydney Australia
Pane e acqua, to mention but a couple of staples...
I was going to ask, parli italiano?, Bob, but Peter beat me to it. (You really should, anyway, living in Leichhardt!)
But I know it's not really that hard even in a country where you don't speak the language. Sign language, charades and lots of pointing fill the gap. If you buy supplies in self-service stores it is pretty much the same as patronising Coles or Woolies. I have always found the rural and small-town citizenry to be friendly, sympathetic towards, and keen to help, cyclists in Europe.
When you reach Copenhagen, if time permits, a trip west to the Viking museum at Roskilde is well worthwhile. We did it by train and it took less than an hour. The town itself is charming, and the opportunity to sail on one of the Viking ships at the museum is not to be missed. I steered the one that we were on and it was just as fast and manouverable as the yacht that I race on at home.
Don't let old Dunc see that picture. He'll just go off about how the council/government spends megabucks on separated cycle facilities and the cyclists just ride in the car lanes.
Oh, that is classic.
Does the RMS get its ideas from CPH after all?