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2 Days in Copenhagen mid-November

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I need a few more miles for status, and have some time in mid-November to do a 4-day weekend. I have narrowed down to a few choices and the leading contender is Copenhagen.

My reasoning is:
- If I'm going to take a trip to earn status, I might as well go someplace enjoyable instead of just spending a day inside an airport
- Copenhagen is on my list of places to see, and this would be a good scouting trip for a future, longer visit
- I understand some of the Christmas markets open the weekend I'd be there (flying in on the 12th, out on the 15th) and I've always wanted to experience a european Christmas market

On another forum, I was advised against Copehnagen, with the poster warning it would be too cold, rainy and foggy to enjoy. I have always felt that even a bad day in a great city is still a good day. I don't care a bit about beaches or, for that matter, warm weather. Am I completely missing the mark with this plan?

I would love to hear thoughts from those who have visited Denmark during mid-November.

Thanks in advance.

Jenny

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