November 10, 2015


It's our first visit to this part of the world. We have heard a lot about Copenhagen from friends and colleagues who visited it. We decided to give museums a break after visiting so many of them in Amsterdam. Being Autumn here we thought we would spent time visiting parks and other interesting places instead of museums. Shop fronts are in full swing with Christmas decorations so we had a good look at those too. 

We took a bus across Oresund Bridge to Malmo, Sweden for a day as well. Malmo old town was very charming. Some old heritage buildings and churches are spread around the old town. I'm glad we made the trip. 

The rest of our time was spent in Copenhagen sightseeing.

Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates, love them!

Very decorative manhole cover in Copenhagen 

Royal looking manhole cover found in Malmo

A busy square in Copenhagen centre

Fish from a wall decoration in Malmo

Beautiful Autumn leaves in Malmo

Gorgeous old tin at a second-hand shop

Jorck's Passage in Copenhagen

Lego window display
Visiting Royal Copenhagen store

Classic Royal Copenhagen design

A traditional door pull with dear antlers

I'm continuing to photograph park benches
wherever I found them.

Autumn in pink!

Christmas decoration in the
Royal Copenhagen store

Last block of stitching from the first strip.

SAS has now taken us to Hamburg!

We are now in Munich until the end of the week. We did have a few days in Ellerdorf with dear Susi and Anton, but will tell you about that in my next post.

We are having a nice visit to the Bavarian countryside and the surrounding alpine mountains. We will spend the next couple of days around the city center and museums. Don't miss the next post about our time in Ellerdorf and Munich.

Until next time


Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Hi thoroughly enjoying your trip through Europe! Copenhagen is one place I have always wanted to visit! Enjoy Munich!

Needled Mom said...

Sweden is on our list to visit as that is where my husband's family roots are. I love the beauty of the Royal Copenhagen pieces. Those manhole covers are gorgeous too.

LLLJ said...

Hi Natima, Goethe once said, to create something you must be something. That you are!! Am thrilled to travel with you and Mr Notjustnat through the blog, such vivid and inspiring adventures. Be sure to enjoy a fresh pretzel from one of the amazing farmers markets in Munich.....and of course a stein of beer. Safe travels Lilian and co x

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