Before visiting last September, Denmark was a country I knew little about. Due to reading The Year of Living Danishly, I knew the Danes produce LEGOs and above-average pastries, and are supposedly the happiest people in the world. But that was about it.
So when my friend Jen, whom I stayed with in London, suggested we fly to Copenhagen for the weekend, I was intrigued. And willing to fly anywhere for $50. (Gotta love European budget airlines.)
After landing, we took the train to Nyhavn, the brightly colored canal-side neighborhood. After snapping a few pictures of the stately, colorful canal, we found our Airbnb.
As we were only in Copenhagen for one night, we had to splurge on accommodation. Right? (Why yes, I’m still trying to justify spending $270 for one night, ha.)
Though honestly, it was well worth the money; just look at those high ceilings and