First stop in Copenhagen: the National Aquarium, Den Blå Planet! It was only 4 stops on the bus from the airport.
Ate lunch at the aquarium, which wasn’t bad.
Walked around until we were tired and hungry.
Fleisch for dinner.
Walked to Nyhavn to see the colorful houses by the canal. Ate a hot dog which was really good.
Walked to the Torvehallerne food hall and got some smørrebrød which are open-faced sandwiches.
Went to the Round Tower. It was a cool spiral building that has an overlook at the top and a gallery inside, which had some cool art.
There was a huge line outside of the Tivoli Gardens. Apparently, there was a concert for a Danish rapper named Suspekt. It ended up being surprisingly SO good!
Ended the night at the Jane – my passionfruit cocktail was superb.
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. We took the train from Copenhagen (about 40 minutes) and then it was about a 10-minute walk from the train station. We just followed the crowd since everybody was walking the same way.
We showed our CPH card and walked right in. It reminded me of Storm King in New York.
We looked through the exhibits and they had Yayoi Kusama’s infinity room on view. By this time, I had already been to so many infinity rooms, but it was still cool because there was no line.
For our last dinner, we went to Kodbyens Fiskebar as it was featured in Somebody Feed Phil. It was good but quite expensive. Water cost 50DKK, which was about $7.50 usd. But they do say that you can drink their tap water. Might as well order beer:
Next up — Stockholm, Sweden for the last leg of our Eurotrip.