Copenhagen ♡ Norrebro

Hellooooo - more Copenhagen! In Norrebro, we had the lovely Heidi and her very cute baby boy as our tour guides! Very kind of her to do so. It was great to see an area through the eyes of a local too. We saw some super-cool graffiti on the way to the park, where the kiddies (Dan included) had fun. It was interesting to watch the man making toffee fudge (yum) in one of the local shops, and we sampled some of the amazing Grod porridge too - wow, there were some crazy but wonderful flavour combinations! Delicious! Bertie is still saying ‘Tak’ now!

Bye for now :)

23 comments:

  1. Love the swings photograph!

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  2. Love the black and white photos, look that you had a wonderful time, thanks for sharing your beautiful photos! have a great day! xo

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  3. wonderful pictures - as always!

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  4. Beautiful, each post is making me want to visit even more! Jude xx

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  5. Grod looks intriguing, a sort of Monmouth Coffee for porridge! x

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    1. Yes Charmaine, you’re right, it is very much like that! A snobby porridge shop! Ha! x

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  6. The graffiti looks great, Raffertys official first word last Christmas was tak, easy for him to say x

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    1. Ah - great first word! x x

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  7. Kerry, lovely photos from my old stomping grounds. I lived pretty much all over Copenhagen but this was where I spent my last 2 years. Have had lots of fun in that plane! It is great to reliving some memories through your photos so thank you for doing your Copenhagen tour for us all...

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    1. Aaaw, how funny that plane has featured in both of our lives! Glad you have enjoyed my photos and the memories they've brought back :) x

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  8. it certainly looks like you all kept very busy during your holiday. some happy fun family time. lovely sceneries and photos. i spy the toffee maker...love it. xo

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    1. We certainly did! Yes, the toffee was yum! We did so much exploring! Although we have decided that our next holiday will be a quieter, rural based one! :) xx

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  9. Your photos are so gorgeous! My little boy would love that park too! x

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    1. Thank you Col - he sure would! x

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