We were so lucky that when we visited Copenhagen, our Airbnb rental was literally right above a fabulous bakery.
I think we ended up going to Wulf and Konstali at least once every day while we were there. The bread and pastries were fantastic and there were so many deli items that it was easy to pick up some neat yogurts or salads to go with our eat-at-home meals too. I heard it had a great breakfast but we never made it down to actually eat breakfast in, but I loved watching people run in to get delicious things and if I owned a bakery it’s exactly what I would want mine to look like.
I also stopped at a bakery I saw on pinterest called Foodshop26 and I wasn’t even looking for it-we were cycling back to our apartment and there it was! One morning I cycled there to pick up pastries and jam and I saw a mom and her little son eating a toast breakfast that looked just dreamy.
and he kids could have stayed at Tivoli gardens forever. It had such adorable rides and we ate a WagaMama (a restaurant we loved in London) there too! And because we biked everywhere I felt so healthy. The design community there is huge and I couldn’t help but want to buy everything: my favorite store was definitely Illums Bolighus and I loved all the neat markets and food stands that we kept finding everywhere. I was so amazed at all the neat things we found every time we turned a corner-Copenhagen was just filled with so much beauty!
I think I could move to Copenhagen if I didn’t love Seattle so much. In another life this place would be the most perfect place to live. (Have you been to Copenhagen? I’d love to hear! I totally and missing it and want to go back ASAP!)