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Copenhagen’s Kultorvet

Kultorvet

My residence this summer won’t be far from this spot.

Vesterbro Vinstue

Vesterbro Vinstue

I don’t eat out often in Copenhagen. The food just isn’t that good, and it’s always expensive. However, if you are in Copenhagen, and want a first-class meal, Vesterbro Vinstue is the place to go. You can order individual items for 95 DKK each or get a five-course dinner for 350 DKK (a bit over $50 but tax is included and tipping isn’t done in Denmark). Compare that to Noma which is 2,250 DKK (and is all vegetarian or vegan).

I have no idea what the above item is. All I know is I’ve been to Vesterbro Vinstue twice, have had 10 different things, all were awesome, and I didn’t know what any of them were.

Tax Day!

Skatteministeriet from Christiansborg Slot

Today’s photo is of Skatteministeriet from Christiansborg Slot. Skatteministeriet is a government building in Copenhagen. More specifically, it’s the home of the Danish Ministry of Taxation.

Tax day is usually April 15 in the USA, but this year, because April 15 was a Sunday, the deadline is extended until today. I did more tax returns this year than I’ve done any year since the 1990s. What’s wrong with me?

Back to today’s photo… Getting to the top of the tower in Christiansborg is easy (mostly elevator) and free! It may be the best free view in Copenhagen.

ミケラ

らーめんとビール

@MikkellerBeer #craftbeer #beer #beers #mikkeller #ramentobiiru

Located near the graves of Niels Bohr and Hans Christian Andersen in Assistens Kirkegård, Mikkeller’s Ramen to Bíiru is one of several ramen choices in Copenhagen these days. I prefer Papa Ramen and Slurp Ramen Joint, but if you want something spicier or want to try them all, check out らーめんとビール when you are in the neighborhood of one of their two shops (Norrebro or Vesterbro).

In other news, I have my place lined up for this summer. I like to stay in a different place each year. This year I’m back in the center of Copenhagen, in a place between Rosenborg Castle and the Marble Church.

Photomerge from the Opera House

Summer in Copenhagen

Today’s photo is a reverse angle on this prior photo of the Inderhavnsbro Bridge.

St Alban’s Church and the Gefion Fountain

Copenhagen

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