17 October 2011

Weekend

 Two beautiful men came to visit from Berlin, and we started at Drone in Nørrebrogade, Thursday 00.41
 Friday, 10.21. Jægersborggade is lit up by a clear autumn sun as we have breakfast at Grød.
 11.26, Dronning Louises Bro
 12.05 we walk by Kaffe & Vinyl in Skydebanegade
 13.07 it's time for lunch at Dyrehaven.
 They make a very decent kartoffelmad.
 14.13 we look at bikes at Baisikeli at Dybbølsbro. It's both a bike rental and a café, and the wall is decorated by Stephen Fairey.
 21.58 we head to the fernissage of the fall exhibition at the free art building in Østerbro. Chris is back from London to show off the very beautiful piece she made with Rasmus. We toast in cheap beer and celebrate their work - go go go see it before it closes in mid November!
 01.53 we fight our way through the crowd at McKluud's in Istedgade. The golden wooden panels go perfectly with a cool beer.
 Saturday, 13.20 we soak up the sun at Sankt Hans Torv.
 14.24 we have a look at Torvehallerne where people sit outside with their Coffee Collective coffee and Agnes cupcake, wrapped in warm clothes and with sunglasses across their nose.
 16.40 we take in the view over Copenhagen's rooftops from my brother's roofterrace.
 Sunday 15.15 we try to kill the hangovers with salad from Bagelman in Istedgade while sitting at Enghave Plads' black pavement.
16.10 we have a tourist photo on the bridge in Christinia before airports and goodbyes.

3 comments:

Michelle said...

"They make a very decent kartoffelmad."... haha! Klasse! :D

Som altid er det hyggeligt at læse med.
Jeg skal faktisk til at spendere noget tid i KBH af og til i forbindelse med mit arbejde, og så er det rart at bruge din blog som inspiration til, hvad jeg skal bruge mine frieftermiddage på.

Hvis du nu en dag keder dig helt vildt kunne det være lækkert med en guide - en slags best of om man vil. Måske for hver bydel? Nørrebro, Vesterbro etc. etc.? For os københavnernovicer.

Og så tænkte jeg på, om du har overvejet at melde din blog til på bloglovin'?

T said...

fine billeder. Hvor er din jakke fra? den er SUPER FLOT.

karen sofie said...

Michelle, der er guide på vej til dig.

T: Tak - det er en kappe fra Monki. Den er efterhånden lidt kold, hvis ikke man har en trøje indenunder, men den er lækker, fordi de store læderlommer skærmer godt af for vind.