Copenhagen ♡ Rundetaarn

If you’re going to do one touristy thing in Copenhagen, then I really recommend you climb the Rundetaarn. We loved this! It’s such an intriguing and beautifully restored space. On the way up, you can venture into the Library Hall, which hosts exhibitions and has a little shop. There were interactive things for children to do too. Maisie and Bertie enjoyed using brushes in the sand like little archaeologists! Of course once you get to the top, you get a breathtaking, panoramic view of the city too. Bertie had a super time hiding in all the little alcoves and hearing his voice echoing throughout the tower, so it’s a nice place to visit with little ones too. In fact, as you have probably gathered, Copenhagen is an extremely child friendly city.

In other news, I have finally got a phone that allows me to join in with Instagram, so you can find me under the name seventytree. Looking forward to playing along!

28 comments:

  1. Wow that light on the second picture is beautiful!

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    1. Ah yes, I was very pleased to capture that light - arrived at the perfect moment :)

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  2. Oh, I hope I'll soon visit Kobenhavn :)

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  3. wow! kerry! stunning! love your photos so much xxx

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  4. oh, Rundetaarn- yes I´ve been there once many years ago... for me it was also a very special place! I remember the smell inside- it just made me feel cosy and calm.
    nice blog you have!

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    1. Yes, it felt like a very special place. Loved it - thank you for visiting - welcome :)

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  5. Yes I love the round tower, magical. I love the little blue person in the last pic. I may be the only person still not using instagram. My brain can't take it all!!!!,

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    1. Hehe - it took me a long time, but think I’ll be addicted in no time!

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  6. Wonderful pictures! Did you try the kissing bench, as you went up?

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    1. Thank you! No, I didn’t see the kissing bench - darn! Would have been to preoccupied with Bertie!

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  7. Looks fabulous - amazing photos as always too :) Just 'followed' you on Instagram. I've only just started too and stumbling my way with learning all the ins and outs. It is fun though, isn't it? More opportunities to see your lovely pics now :)
    Kx

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    1. Thank you - and thanks for the follow! I’m stumbling along with it too! x

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  8. I love the second photo, the light is beautiful, it makes it looks so mysterious!
    xox

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    1. Yes, we got there just in time to capture that wonderful light. I was pleased with that one! Thanks! :)

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  9. Love the 2nd photo too - stunning - and the 4th..

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  10. Everything look great, stunning view and your son is so beautiful.
    Have a lovely day and thanks for sharing all these wonderful pictures : )
    xo

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  11. I will definitely do that when I get the chance. Looks like an amazing thing to do in Copenhagen!

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    1. I hope you do get the chance :)

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  12. Beautiful photos! I've just followed you on Instagram! :)


    http://www.etsy.com/shop/whimsymilieu

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    1. Oh thank you - and thanks for the instagram follow too :)

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  13. Oh, i live here...2 min. from Rundetårn,in Copenhagen - LOVE THIS CITY!
    So funny to see "my" city, menntiont on your blog ;O) Nice pictures ;O)

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    1. Oh lucky you! I’d like to live there too! Thank you :)

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