Copenhagen

  • …especially if you’ve lived in a less-bikey city. How do I love cycling in Copenhagen? Let me count the ways! Nearly 7 out of 10 people don’t own a car in Copenhagen, because it’s so darn easy to ride a bike. Here’s why. One: It’s easier......

  • “Bike Mike and the Fog” would make such a good band name, don’t you think? Hmm, no… it would just remind me of how frickin’ cold it was on a foggy day in Copenhagen! The tour itself was excellent. Check out Bike Mike’s website and......

  • A great way to see a city in a shorter amount of time is to take a walking tour, and since Britton worked for the first two days we were in Copenhagen, we needed a solid crash course so that I didn’t have to reapeat......

  • It’s 10:33pm and my step counter says I’ve logged 24,391 steps today. And that’s not counting the three bike trips. I’m pooped! Today I walked between all kinds of iconic Copenhagen sights. First there was Fælledparken, Denmark’s largest public area,...

  • If you don’t know why I’m excited to be here in Copenhagen, you haven’t been paying much attention. Three words: Bikes. Food. Beer. The only things I intend to do while I’m here is roam around on a rented bycykel to see what there is......

  • Given that four out of the 12 things that I’m excited about in my life were centered around food, you can imagine I was pretty stinkin’ excited to find a Copenhagen food tour which would introduce me to the “Nordic Essentials,” while we were here.......