One of the blessings of jet lag is being able to walk around areas that are normally crowded, like #nyhavn , when they’re deserted. A line of rental bikes isn’t locked up - crime is very low here - even though the shop is closed. I’m heading to the airport to rent a car I’ll drive to western Denmark for our family reunion. But first coffee and a #kanelsnurrer from #meyersbageri 🇩🇰
Nyhavn (meaning New Harbour) is popular tourist destination in Copenhagen built in the 17th century. It was once used by ships to handled cargo and fishermens' catch and was notorious for beer, sailors, and prostitution.
The Danish author Hans Christian Andersen lived here for 18 years. You will find a memorial plaque at No. 67.
Can I please take this place off and bring it to Montreal like that I can do a photoshoot everyday to improve my modelling skills??? Not the tourist poses???😂😂😂 it was so beautiful that I had to take pics from different angles 😋😋😋 or more like i begged ppl to take pics of me??? 😆
P:S: I asked this man to take a pic of me and then he asked me where I am from. I said Canada and he said he was from Canada too. We were so excited so we took a pic together 😁😁😁 #nyhavn#copenhagen#københavn#denmark#danemark#europe#wanderlust#travellingalone#danishbeauty#excited 🇩🇰🇩🇰
Copenhagen overload coming your way. Everything is just so picturesque. We fit in a stroll through Nyhavn, a boat tour, parks for the kids, some shopping, and the meat packing district for dinner (which Matt and I got to enjoy together while the kids took quick naps in the stroller). We hit up the LEGO store on the way home (quick fact for those that don’t know: LEGO is Danish!) and built castles and robots at home before bed. Drinking some Pilsners and making plans for tomorrow as the kids snooze away. Copenhagen life is the best life. •