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Snow, coffee and good food

Copenhagen. Denmark's capital was filled with snow and homemade bread by our AirBnB-host and one of the best exhibitions I went to was very nearby. But of course I also explored the city - I walked almost 50 km, saw too many cute streets, didn't fall a single time (obs: ice!), but I did fall in love with some places and things, like:

- Louisiana, as mentioned before;
- the best chocolate mousse I ever had (which even is vegan!), at Cafe N;
- the walk along the lakes, from Østerbro to Vesterbro;
- Rist kaffebar's traditional Danish pastry called thebirke;
- the entrance of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek;
- Bankeråt's brunch;
- the coffee (and maybe mostly the cute illustrated posters) at Risteriet;
- the beers at Mikkeler & Friends;
- (awesome) urban park Superkilen, in Nørrebro;
- and of course: the botanical gardens and all the cute streets in the Inner By(, once again).


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(een stukkie over stippies)

Copenhagen. Two weeks ago I spent the weekend in Copenhagen, mostly because I wanted to go to Louisiana and visit their Yayoi Kusama-exhibition. It was crazy crowded, but still AMAZING.

The exhibition at Louisiana will be closed this weekend, but move to first Oslo and then Stockholm. Google it! Visit it!



1 - I started to do an hour of "whatever I want" after I come home from the very early and long shifts at the post. Best idea!
2 - It isn't December when you don't bake pepperkakor.
3 - Another hour after work: eating krentenbollen and reading De Dakhaas.
4 - Over the past months, my desk turned into the perfect place for a crazy penguin person = the perfect place for me.

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