Our first day in Copenhagen was a bit of a whirlwind.
After circling around the city center and seeing some of the major touristy sites,
we opted to be a bit more concentrated on the second day.
We kicked our adventure off with a visit to the Carlsberg brewery,
one of Denmark's most famous companies.
We took a tour, saw a collection of over 22k unopened beer bottles, played with the horses,
and of course, tasted some beer.
A well spent couple of hours, I'd say.
|How cute is my mom? Life goals.|
|His name was Marko.. and I fell in love.|
From there we stopped by our hotel for a quick lunch at Sticks'n'Sushi,
before heading out for some more sightseeing around town.
The sushi was alright.. (I'm a bit of a snob, having access to some of the freshest fish in San Diego),
but the museum and the botanical garden that we checked out was spectacular!
The Rundetårn is a 17th century tower filled with a variety of exhibitions.
We happened to stumble upon the history of tattoo artistry,
which was, to say the least, very eye opening.
The Botanical Garden is located in the centre of Copenhagen and spans an area of 10 hectares.
It is particularly noted for its extensive complex of historical glasshouses dating from 1874,
and is the perfect place to get lost and/or take a nap.
|The views from the top of the Rundetårn are stunning! Definitely worth the trip up.|