Very comfortable, time flew by, nice to relax for a bit. Got a bit lost on the cobblestone streets but we made it! Small room for a lot of money but its in a lovely location ( red light district not far haha) but for real its a good location
It's hard to believe that we made it to our final destination! Although Denmark wasn't originally on our list of countries to visit we had to make a pit stop since we found cheap tickets on Norwegian Airlines.
We're glad we got a quick glimpse of this city as we surprisingly liked it for not knowing what to expect. Yes, it was freezing and yes, it got dark by 4:30pm but we made the most of our two days there. We were surprised by a few things: almost everyone rides a bicycle even when it's 30 degrees out, everyone's English is so good you wouldn't even know it was their second language, and the people seem happy despite income tax rates as high as 68%. The city was expensive like most Scandinavian countries, but pristine and safe as well.
We also got to celebrate Mitch's birthday by experiencing a 5 course Danish meal at a trendy restaurant.Read more
On my way to Germany, I got to hang out with my friend Johanne in Copenhagen for a few days.
What a beautiful city and what a lovely time together even moreso! And we weren't lazy - on the day I arrived, we visited the original Lego store, a theme park, rock concert and a house music "concert". The rest of the long weekend, we explored the city by bike, skates, foot, longboard and boat. Copenhagen has a lot to offer in the summertime, and I had the perfect tour guide to show me her home town. One of the perks of hanging with a local is that they know where to eat the best authentic food. Thanks, Johanne, for introducing me to the best Smørebrød in the world :)Read more
Tivoli gardens was only 2 blocks from the hotel so after we got settled thats where we headed. We were lucky since this is the last weekend its open for the season. Opened in 1843 its the second oldest operating amusement park in the world. We ate dinner, had some dessert and irish coffee and walked in awe. Very beautiful and fun! A must see, no rided though as mom is a chicken.....
Since we had limited time in Copenhagen we figured a canal tour would let us see the sites without having to book our butts from side of the city to the other to see a statue. It was about 1.5 hours and totally worth it.
A walk round the hippy commune of Christiana, changing of the guard at Amalienborg palace, botanic gardens, and the Ny Glyptotek museum of art and sculpture.
The runners are in a non - competitive event running round and through Copenhagen's notable buildings.
Took a walk through the oldest cemetary still in use, it was beautiful
A little stressed, my passport has expired 😱😁 hoping for a wonder! Maybe my drivers licence can secure my trip 🙏🏼🍀
The best airbort to spend some money and enjoy 😍
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