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Copenhagen

Kelsey HayneComment
Copenhagen

Last stop. Copenhagen. It was cold. I was not prepared. The sweater I picked up in Belgrade, and jean jacket from Albania could not keep out the cold, frigid, rainy weather. It was miserable. I bet Copenhagen is amazing in the summer. Unfortunately, I was there early November, and suffered the few days until I could fly home.

It was cloudy and rainy every day. It was less than motivating to walk around to explore and photograph. After a daily nap to fight my cold, I made sure I endured. The amount of bikes was amazing, as well as the bike lanes alloted on the streets. 

Below is the famous port:

Anyone following along this blog knows how much I love buildings with colors. Copenhagen was no exception. The clean lines and vivid colors are incredible. America really needs to step it up! 

I was told about a mermaid statue that sat on the far side of the city limits. It was over 2.5 miles to walk, and that happened to be the day that rained and blew wind constantly. But, it was worth it. I saw gorgeous parks, art, and other miscellaneous surprises along the way.