After the long shopping street, we were searching for a place to sit and indulge
in our sweet tooth and we found the perfect hot spot to relax and
politely look at Danish men.
I ordered a carrot cake which was the most amazing, incredibly spiced cake!
And a hot chocolate called varm chokolade in Danish.
We took a taxi boat to go from one place to another, and these are the sights
I spotted from the boat:
Like the Netherlands, Denmark is a country where everybody bikes so I loved
seeing a Dutch bike in Copenhagen:
Copenhagen's city hall:
Another random gorgeous building. A museum perhaps?
Though I've learned that Danes are not religious, they do have some impressive
churches. This is the Church of Our Savior. You can walk all the way to the top.
At the end of our day in Copenhagen, we visited the psychology faculty and
dined & danced the night away. All in all, a perfect day in Copenhagen! ♥
The Danish countryside in Rødby, Lolland:
At the congress, each European country participating served traditional
food & drink of their own country. We served Gouda cheese, oranje bitter drink,
and stroopwafels (caramel-filled waffle cookies) which everyone went crazy for!
We wore red, white & blue flag dresses which
This was my week in Denmark!
For Danish-inspired recipes I've baked since my return click here & here.