This past year has unloaded some heavy stuff… We have encountered the whole adulting gamut. I needed an adventure. I needed some time to refresh. To get inspired. I needed to conquer a major fear and be alone. And you guys, I’m totally doing it. Pictures of Copenhagen below.

After a bloody long day of travel I landed in Copenhagen, hopped the metro, and tucked into my airbnb for some much needed rest. I woke up the next morning feeling like a new human and ready to adventure. I got ready to brave the cold and began my day searching for coffee. After stopping into a cute cafe for some much needed caffeine, I headed over the Rundetaarn (round tower) for some stunning views.


While looking out over the city, I spotted an epic looking garden (Kongens Have, or better known as the King’s Garden) and made that next on my list to explore. It’s still the tail end of winter here, so everything was dead… but it was still nice to take a brisk walk through a lovely outdoor space.


The whole day felt so easy. I didn’t have to do much planning for things to fall into place. Across from the gardens is the SMK, a huge art museum on my list of to-dos. It houses an impressive collection of both traditional and modern art. One of my favorite sections was a room filled with statues, draft paper, and pencils to let people work on their drawing skills. I spent a better part of the day wandering the halls and admiring the works.



I purchased a Copenhagen Card, and highly recommend them for anyone visiting. It costs about $80 for 3 days of unlimited public transit, free access to a bajillion attractions, and discounts galore. Though I had heard Nyhaven was touristy, it has picturesque buildings lining a canal and I couldn’t help myself. I took a tour boat (hella free yo) over and grabbed some lunch.

Once I had replenished with lobster soup and an IPA I made my way to the Experimentarium. I didn’t want to be the creep snapping pics of kids… so I just caught this epic copper staircase. Getting some serious Guggenheim vibes.

I read on another blog about this amazing spot for seafood and steak, just the right dinner for a solo traveler. I went big. It was worth it. Yolo.

Night y’all.
xo,
k

3 Comments on Kortni takes a trip (Copenhagen)

  1. Jenny
    March 16, 2017 at 3:02 pm (8 months ago)

    If you are still there, swing by Totrvehallerne for lunch! It’s a cute market with a collection of food stands. I passed up some beautiful open-faced sandwiches there and I still regret it to this day.

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  2. Carrie
    June 20, 2017 at 12:23 am (5 months ago)

    Hi Kortni,
    I came across your blog when searching for ways to update my ugly white melamine tv unit (great ikea hack post). Since then if scrolled back through to check out the house developments – wow!! I enjoyed reading your posts and I hope you keep writing. cheers from Carrie in Australia

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  3. Carrie
    June 20, 2017 at 12:25 am (5 months ago)

    Hi Kortni,
    I came across your blog when searching for ways to update my ugly white melamine tv unit (great ikea hack post). Since then I’ve scrolled back through to check out the house developments – wow!! I enjoyed reading your posts and I hope you keep writing. cheers from Carrie in Australia

    Reply

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