VM Mountain in Ørestad

by Tina on May 14, 2015

in City Files, Copenhagen, Denmark

What if someone told you that you could visit the future?  Would that be an interesting prospect for you?  To me, it is the final frontier and the one place that always sits in my number one spot on my bucket list.  In reality, I realize that time travel is unlikely, at least in my lifetime, […]


I have been delighted over the last year and a half to meet so many wonderful people through Craftenhagen, our monthly craft group that meets here in Copenhagen.  Among them is the amazing group of four girls, Theresa, Brini, Katrin, and Antje, who are the masterminds and bakers behind Sweet Sneak, a pop up bakery that […]


    Spring has almost arrived in Denmark.  Buds are appearing on branches, tulips are nearly ready to burst forth, and the country seems to be letting out a collective exhale… We have made it through the darkest days of winter and the light of day is beginning to stretch longer and longer and with […]


Snow in Copenhagen is a pretty big deal because this city does not get very much snow relative to the other Nordic countries, so when it snows in Copenhagen we love to go out and play in it before it melts away.  After our visit to Maude’s we had a gorgeous snowy drive home, and […]


Copenhagen Hay Store

by Tina on February 20, 2014

in City Files, Copenhagen, Decor

If you are a local in Copenhagen then you already know that Hay is an iconic Danish store, but if you are visiting, a trip to the Copenhagen Hay Store on the Strøget is an absolute must.  I go as often as I can because the decor changes frequently and there is always something that […]