The most-visited theme park in Scandinavia
The last time I was in Tivoli, it was the day after the first snow of the season. Very beautiful, but freeeezing. This time around, it was about 35 degrees warmer and oh so lovely.
See that tower thingy on the left? With the swings going round? That’s Tivoli from our room at the Marriott.
We stayed at the Hotel D’Angleterre right after my apartment fire, but then had to move to the Marriott for a couple days because the D’Angleterre was fully booked.
Not a bad view, eh?
In addition to the epic views, the Marriott also had some epic eats.
And we took full advantage.
Plus it was walking distance to Tivoli. Win, win, win.
We went on a Wednesday afternoon, and it was pretty empty.
We rode this interesting roller coaster type thing. It was like a mix between Thunder Mountain and the Matterhorn.
We also rode the craziest swing ride EVER. Like, the we-may-not-live-to-tell-this-tale kind of crazy. You basically ascend this super tall tower as the ride spins you around. All the while, the intense Copenhagen wind makes you feel like the cables are about 2 seconds away from snapping.
Oh hi there, adrenaline rush.
We took it easy after the swing scariness, sticking to leisure #balloonstalking instead. Of course I found Mickey and Minnie.
I kept up my soft-serve-everyday habit with one of these monster vanilla cones.
And then we fed a bunch of hungry birds and duckies.
Found Mickey and Minnie one more time, then decided to call it a day.
We walked back just as the sun was starting to dip in the sky. 10pm Copenhagen sunsets, oh how I will miss you…