So today, I have another recap from my big Europe trip this past summer! I also have a simple yet yummy recipe, but I'll probably post it next week.
I've always considered myself a country girl at heart. I love openness and enjoy being able to cross roads in single file, not in a mob like some cities (New York City, I'm looking at you). I've never had a desire to live in a big city, however, I do enjoy visiting them. Boston, Washington D.C., Chicago, San Francisco, London, Edinburgh, New York City (for no more than a day)... these are all cities that I've been to (many more than once), and I've loved them all. After returning from Europe, Helsinki, Reykjavik (not exactly a city, but it is the capital of Iceland, so I consider it a city), and Copenhagen were added to the list. So, let's take a little tour of one of those exciting cities, shall we?
Warning: Overload of pictures ahead.
Upon arriving in Copenhagen, my family and I set out for some food! We were huuuungry from the plane ride! We came upon a Mediterranean lunch buffet, and, for me, we need not look any further. :P I don't remember what everything was, but I do remember that it was delicious!
I'm getting ahead of myself here... first, the trip to The Little Mermaid!
By the time we got there, our feet were killing us. But we decided to trek back anyway. Even though I was the first to suggest a cab, we couldn't find one - well, not until we were almost back!
Yeah, it rained on us AGAIN!!! Down poured actually. It ended up being one of the hardest rains in Denmark in over 30 years. Even the train stations were closed because they were so flooded. We were honored to be a part of it. ;)
Do you like big cities?
Do you enjoy little kido rides?
I'll probably be back within the next few days, but if not, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!