THEREFORE ladies and gentlemen, the genius inside me held up a beautifully lit lightbulb and said, 'Use images instead of words!' Hence, my darlings, here is a variety of shots chosen especially for your greedy little visual loving eyes and minds of the remains of day number on in Wonderful Copenhagen. With captions.
The site of our first Danish luncheon, Orangeriet. The most charming little restaurant in the world, located just next to the beautiful King's Garden
There were numerous potted mandarin trees inside the restaurant - it is called Orangeriet after all. One of the pleb journalists that was with us on the media tour decided to pick a couple off the plants. And ate them. And threw the peel in the pots. Im still wincing.
Window sill in the waiting room with views of the King's Garden outside. I loved the lightness and simplicity of Scandinavian design
We feasted on smorrebrod, or open faced Danish sandwiches - simple but delicious. The roast beef *drool*
Wheat beer! Not my first time tasting it, but this *was* the Danish counterpart
I think I clean up pretty good after a monstrous working day AND flight
Statue of literary genius Hans Christian Andersen in the King's Garden
Walking through town to the canal, I spotted this charming little balcony - should be lined with flowers
Views from the canal tour - Im not sure what the building on the left is, but on the right is the Church of Our Saviour. 400 steps to the steeple.
The spot on the canal where the royal family set sail
Noma - rated as the world's best restaurant and boasting the cream of Nordic cuisine in gorgeous settings
We hid from the sudden rain in this beautiful cafe, nestled in the courtyard of some castle
I love photos of flowers. There were bushes of these everywhere
The view from one of the rooms at Hotel Skt Petri, where we dined on asparagus soup, mouth watering pepper steak and chocolate creme brulee with cherry sorbet
Did I mention I loved Scandinavian design? Clean, bright, innovative. Fantastic.