The Things I am Thankful For

Copenhagen

Long time no talk! I’ve had a pretty busy past week wrapping up #TravelNovember, but I am back with plenty of pictures to share! In the spirit of Thanksgiving, this blog post is going to be in more of a list format, because it’s always fun to shake things up (+ I only have an hour to complete it haha!) First of all, I’m super thankful for my trip to Denmark this past week. It was an absolute blast and such a fun city to explore. The picture above is of Nyhavn, which is this colorful little strip at Copenhagen’s center.

Louisiana Museum of Art

Lousiana Museum of Art

Design Museum

Design Museum

Design Museum

I am thankful for the Louisiana Museum of Art (first two pics) and the Design Museum Denmark (last three pics) for being so diverse and expansive. I seriously could’ve spent days and days at each.

Mad & Kaffe

Coffee Collective

Mirabelle

Mirabelle

Copenhagen Street Food

John's Hotdog Deli

Ruby

I am thankful for all the food I ate in Cope too! From the top: brunch at Mad & Kaffe, coffee at Coffee Collective, croissants and oatmeal at Mirabelle, tacos at Copenhagen Street Food, hotdogs at John’s Hotdog Deli, and farewell drinks at Ruby.

Copenhagen

Copenhagen

Danish Parliament

I am thankful for Copenhagen’s sites, both extravagant (Danish Parliament) and simple (beautifully colored houses and views from bridges.)

The Three Tuns Thankful

The Three Tuns

The Three Tuns

I am thankful for finding a meal fit for Thanksgiving at The Three Tuns.

Naughty Piglets

Naughty Piglets

I am thankful for bold flavor combinations at Naughty Piglets.

Artusi

I am thankful for chocolate chestnut cake at Artusi. 

Good & Proper Tea

I am thankful for tea and crumpets from Good & Proper Tea. 

I am also grateful for a few things I, regrettably, failed to take pictures of (I have really fallen off my game but I promise I will return to form in the next post) such as my giant ball pit adventure at Ballie Ballerson here in London, late night munchies at Bastard Cafe in Copenhagen, and trip to the Winter Wonderland festival in Hyde Park.

There will be more words in my next post, promise!

Ta-ta for now,

James

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