Copenhagen's Tivoli
Tivoli, founded in the 19th Century, is an amusement park
with something for everyone.  Above are dancers from the
Pantomime Theater.  All these Tivoli performers, including an
orchestra, big band, and marching band, plus the rides, can
best be seen and heard in the video.
Also known as the Tivoli Gardens, lovely flowers can be
found growing everywhere inside Tivoli.
Tivoli's architecture defies description.  This is a Moorish or
Indian style restaurant I found attractive.  Restaurants for
every taste are a Tivoli feature.
The Pantomime Theater's stage appears to utilize a Chinese
design more suitable to Beijing's Forbidden City.
Above begins the assembly of Tivoli's boys band.  They march
throughout the park, immediately reminding me of the Music
Man.  However, the costumes may have been borrowed from
Buckingham Palace's changing of the guard in London.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's free video of this trip, "Vikings,
Tivoli and Trolls", by clicking on: