Category Archives: Denmark
I was invited today to Christiansborg, together with my family, as the Danish government wished to say welcome to those of us who were naturalized this year. It all started with a bus trip to Christiansborg Palace, home to the … Continue reading
It’s been a week since Loli came to see us and I haven’t had the time yet to post about our visit to The Design Musem . It’s one of those places I’d like to come back to, actually, often … Continue reading
This year’s Opera på Engen event was blessed with gorgeous weather – Izabel did not sit still for a minute, Matthias fell asleep half way through intermission, whereas Kincsem, Farfar and I enjoyed the concert. I look forward to this … Continue reading
We took a train trip to Svendborg, to check out their city culture festival – the rain, two tired children and the overall mood ended us up in the Culture House café, where we enjoyed a three hour lunch thanks … Continue reading
And indeed, the island we live on is overwhelmingly beautiful. Little did we know that such grandeur is available a 1 hour bus ride and 25 minute sailing trip away. We spent our very first child-friendly vacation in a holiday … Continue reading
We stopped by H.C. Andersens Hus today to watch their annual summer show – a 30 minute compressed sketch/musical containing fairy tales of H.C. Andersen, performed by local kids. Matthias loved every second of the performance, while Izabel, as usual, … Continue reading
One of the top benefits of living in Denmark is being able to buy bread like this just across the street, along with Danish salted butter. Add English or Seville bitter orange marmelade. We are NOT moving soon.
This week’s cultural outing was to the Carl Nielsen Museum together with Kincsem. Since the museum opened only at 3 pm, we spent the remaining time we had exploring the neighbourhood where we actually once lived – if ever we decide … Continue reading
We stopped by at the art museum yesterday originally to see the installation IDEAL(Ein Gespräch) of Ingvar Cronhammar and Morten Stræde - fluid, graceful and evocative – not something you usually associate with metal. … Continue reading
The light today has been changing all day, though always crisp, sharp with a contrast that even our cheap camera is able to somewhat replicate.