Travel Blogs from Broendby
... cafe right down the street. We split a brunch platter of yogurt, eggs, olives, feta, brie, and bread and a steak sandwich with french fries and a chili ranch sauce that was delicious. Then we ventured out of our zone and took the metro to Christianshavn to explore Christiania. The weather was a bit chilly but stayed sunny all day (the weather is still gorgeous...still waiting for the brutal winter that was supposed to hit a month ago). We made friends with some of the locals who were ...
... tell you were somewhere different.
It was all hand-built houses, colourful painted walls, organic coffee shops, outdoor fire pots, friendly faces, and an overwhelming stench of weed.
It was gorgeous though, and the laws of this place were what we should all live off!
No hard drugs
and so many more!
They weren't laws. They were life!
... Riding back was quite intense but also amazing. Later we went and joined the gym FitnessDK. I had a freak attack back in the states when I found out that they had BODYCOMBAT in Copenhagen so I am happy to say that I will be able to continue to take COMBAT and FLOW to my heart’s content. If you know me or my mom you know how exciting this is. When I get back I’m sure I will be able to tell you how to say jab, uppercut, and down dog ...
... do special things. All of the shields are located in this church and they are quite a sight to see.
Next, we headed to the palace itself. The palace was a "show off palace" where the king could bring guests to impress them with his wealth. The whole thing was decorated with tapestries, leather wall paper, fancy carvings, and paintings. Here, we got a great look at the opulence of the time.
Again, the guide had a bunch of interesting stories. When in the ...
... br> they've got out there. I'm truly grateful for having been able to spend such
quality with them!
that's all I have time for now, and I hope that, since I can't proofread this
now, it doesn't sound as silly as a previous blog I posted, the name of which
will go unsaid. But again, I hope you're doing very well, and please stay
engrossed for the next posting: "La Dulce Italia!" I love you guys!
God bless you!