Smørrebrød is a traditional Danish dish consisting of toast topped with various foods: cold cuts, pieces of meat, fish, cheese or spreads, and garnishes. Supposedly it is popular in Scandinavia, but I have it on good account that it’s not just typical to this region. You can find it EVERYWHERE in Denmark, and while strange-looking … Continue reading Danish Food: Smørrebrød
This is the extension of the Royal Danish Library, and it is a good place to stop by to at least admire. You can sit down on the steps outside, by the canal to take in a moment and enjoy the city. Or you could go inside. While not all parts of the library are … Continue reading Black Diamond
A Review of Taken by Benedict Jacka, the third book in the Alex Verus series.
Some of my favorite moments for photography in Copenhagen
A review of Book Two of The Crown Conspiracy, the first book in the Theft of Swords volume, by Michael J. Sullivan
Six reasons why Copenhagen is not for hard-of-hearing individuals
A review of Book One of The Crown Conspiracy, the first book in the Theft of Swords volume, by Michael J. Sullivan
The Torvehallerne is a foodhalken—or a food hall—as I mentioned in my earlier guide to Copenhagen (can be found here). This is a great place to buy lunch, grab coffee, and do your groceries. During the five day stay in Copenhagen, we came here at least three times to eat and explore, and the food … Continue reading Torvehallerne
Vor Frelsers Kirke, also known as Our Saviour’s Church, is a baroque church located in Christianhaven, a district of Copenhagen. It is famous for its helix spire with an external winding staircase that can be climbed to the top, and which offers views of central Copenhagen. Views of the Church’s Spire from the outside To … Continue reading Vor Frelsers Kirke Spire
The Rundetaarn is a great location in Copenhagen to get beautiful views of the city, while also being a quiet place to find respite for Hard of Hearing individuals.