Copenhagen in February
It was actually [mostly] SUNNY [most of] this last week, so I have been doing my best to get out an explore. I haven’t really experienced a sunshine-y Nyhavn since my very first week in Copenhagen. Of course, the temps were in the 70s then. This time, they were in the mid-30s and the place was pretty empty.
Way too cold for canal tours this time around.
Ditto that for ice cream…
…wait, just kidding. It’s never too cold for ice cream.
How precious are these old ladies? #Goals
There’s the gorgeous D’Angleterre Hotel to the left, off in the distance.
(Behind all the obnoxious metro construction that’s taken over the entire city. Ugh.)
After getting my fill of Nyhavn (read: once my fingers and toes started to freeze) I made my way back through Kongens Nytorv and took a little stroll down Strøget, the main shopping street in the city center.
Had to stop and admire the flowers, of course.
AND THIS FRENCHIE WEARING CLOTHES.
I even did the tourist thing and watched one of those street performers for almost 20 minutes. 20 minutes! How’s that for attention span?
It was a lovely day, topped off with some easy peasy eats.