All posts filed under: Denmark

Farvel København (for now)

It’s always so strange leaving a city you could see yourself loving if only given the time. Even the mere four days I stayed in Copenhagen built within me such strong connections to specifics—the colors of Nyhavn, the perpetually packed corner cafés, the wide open […]

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Dining in Nyhavn

Tonight was my last in Copenhagen, so I spent it spoiling my tastebuds in Nyhavn (Nyhavn 37; with a DELICIOUS bowl of blue mussels steamed in wine, shallots, garlic, and thyme, served with bread and paired with a glass of white wine. Just take a […]

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Queens, castles, and fairytales

Copenhagen is a land of fairytales. It is a land of kings and queens, renaissance castles and white horses, jutting cobblestones, medieval towers, and looming narrow alleyways unchanged from days of old. There is a smell to it, too, though I’ve yet to place it. […]

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Stunning streamlines in Danish design

I’d just like to let you all know that I am currently enjoying the dinner of champions: a classic chokolademælk! and what the Danes must consider to be a club sandwich (chunks of chicken and salami (bologne?), lettuce, and a colorful array of roasted peppers […]


Oh, HEY Copenhagen

It would be LOVELY if you could stop raining enough for me to, you know, take a good picture or two. The first day is the hardest. I’ve been through hell and back with London, so I should anticipate this. Knowing zero words of Danish […]

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