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Copenhagen

As you probably know, I spent 8 days this summer with Asali in Copenhagen. Even though I did my best to see as much as I could each day, there are still many things I didn’t have time to see but I just hope that means I’ll be back. 😉

If I were to judge the Danes by people I met in Copenhagen, I would say they are a nice, smiling people who are always there to help you in English whenever you need something. And they also have a tendency to compliment you out of the blue (happened twice to me).

Asali was a wonderful host and an amazing cook (I never met anyone who can whip up a proper dinner in 20 minutes – and it tastes great).

So, here are the pictures of some of the things I visited. I actually managed one run while there. Luckily I did two days in because afterwards, there was no way my legs would have made it. I am still recuperating from the whole vacation experience…

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Marble church

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Cafe in a shopping centre

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View from one of the bridges

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View from a bridge

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Old Danish hot dog (and as it’s an old recipe, strange stuff can be tasted in it)

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A great place for running (old military base)

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One side of the picture (Rosenborg castle)

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Other side of the picture (Rosenborg castle)

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Botanical garden

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The beach 🙂

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Old stock exchange

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Windmill at Kastellet

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The Little Mermaid

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Cruise around the channels

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Cruise around the channels

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In the Zoo

 

 

 

 

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Crowns at Rosenborg castle

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Rosenborg castle

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Rosenborg castle

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Orsted park

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Orsted park

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Cruise around the channels

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Cruise around the channels

 

At dinner with Asali

At dinner with Asali

P.S. I’ll hide this here. It’s also a great city for shopping, I came back with a full bag of clothes. 😀

I’m back

From my vacation and basically all I can say is – it’s been amazing! 🙂

I’ve had the best vacation ever (at least that I can remember at the moment).

Copenhagen was amazing, the Danes are really such nice, warm, smiling people even though their country is very expensive. But I loved every second of it, especially the time I got to spend with wonderfully nice Asali (chatting about life, perfumes and everything we could think of).

The island of Vis is really the place where unexpected happens in the best of ways. I’ll be seeing that island again.

Also, very little sleep happens there. 😉

And last but not least, the place where you go to rest, Smokvica with friends one considers family.

My mind is relaxed, I am happy and life has been good to me.

To be continued with a short travelogue of all these places…

 

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