Baltic/Scandinavian Adventure: Copenhagen (Part Two)

After disembarking from our ship, we spent our last three nights at an amazing apartment that I found on Airbnb. It was centrally located to all the major sights. Copenhagen left me speechless. There are no words to describe how amazing this city is. We saw all the necessary tourist spots such as Nyhavn, The Little Mermaid, Marble Church, Rosenborg Castle, and even Carlsberg Brewery. Hubs and I also came across the “Doctor fish” place. I’ve heard of this fad about the special Turkish fish that eat the dead skin cells off your feet and always wanted to try it. Who knew I’d get a chance here!

The food scene is really, really great here too.  Copenhagen has the #1 restaurant in the world (we didn’t go). We had many delicious meals that were both creative and healthy, which didn’t break the bank. This city is notorious for being an expensive city. It’s like going to any major city – think NYC prices.

Did I mention that ALL the beautiful people reside in Copenhagen? Every other person we encountered looked like a model. No joke! Hubs and I dubbed ourselves “the Uglies” for the duration of our time spent in this city.

 

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2 thoughts on “Baltic/Scandinavian Adventure: Copenhagen (Part Two)

  1. Copenhagen people are beautiful? I missed seeing that because I was there for a very long layover – everybody was bundled up and I just saw twinkling eyes (OK, I exaggerate). I liked touring the city though. I have experienced the fish scraping your feet in the country up north, but I did not like as it was just too ticklish for me. We went swimming at a lake behind a friend’s house and these little thingies immediately converge on your feet. The others liked it though.

    Have a great 2015.

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