A few months back I wrote (well – ok – maybe bragged a bit) about the joys of being a teacher with a summer birthday and some of the incredible places in which I’ve been lucky enough to celebrate.
But while I’m living it up with my August festivities, himself is stuck with the last week in November – that slump after the October trip and just before Christmas mania sets in. Usually, he has to settle for an early bird and the cinema. On a very rare occasion, he might strike lucky with a mini city break.
Its that time of year again. An early bird and the cinema – I WISH!!!!! Still in Level 5 lockdown, sorry Tom, its looking like a takeaway and Netflix!!!!
But just as a reminder – here’s a throwback to your 2017 birthday in Copenhagen.
Oh – And Happy Birthday!!!
This post was originally published on 7th May, 2018 and updated in November, 2020.
(Apologies for the quality of some photos…)
Well porridge sounds like a nice healthy start to the day so its off to GROD in Torvehallerne. Select your 3 toppings from a list including fruit, nuts, yoghurt, caramel, peanut butter….
(‘Can I try some of yours’!)
Mid Morning Sugar Fix!
Time for waffles at the Christmas stalls in Nyhavn
(How do you like it? Sugar or Nutella!)
For lunch it has to be PAPIROEN for street food – Copenhagen style. But how to choose!
(My favourite was the shredded duck!!)
4.30pm Coffee Stop
(Back in Nyhavn – getting dark but there’s always time for a quick coffee! )
(Back on time for free drinks in hotel lobby – can’t miss that!!)
Evening Warm – Up
(Hot Chocolate in Tivoli Gardens)
Pasta at LA ROCCA – not very Danish perhaps but great food
(One for the road – Oh wait – Happy Hour Saturday night 10pm – 11pm …. Make mine a double!!)