The other day my roommate and I went for a walk and on our way passed Øksnehallen. Øksnehallen is a big showroom where a lot of things are going on: fashion weeks, concerts, conferences and a lot of cultural events.
Currently an exhibition where 8 different artist/photographers show their Personal Projects is up and the entrance is free.
Now, I’m the kind of person who is easy to both tears and laughter, and this exhibition provides both.
So, I’m really sorry for the lack of postings! The thing is that I’m in the middle of exams and simply does not experience anything interesting or exciting – unless you want to read about cultural differences and how companies should communicate through social media, I think you’re all better of without any posts. Luckily I have the greatest family and my sister, Tine, and Rasmus (the genius behind the tech stuff on this blog) made me dinner last night.
Today is a quite day, the sun is out and I can sit outside preparing for exams. Yesterday was fun, I went for a tour around Frederiksberg Castle with a colleague. The castle is used to school soldiers today, and the tour was also guided by soldiers (in uniform). I really recommend taking a guided tour, the castle is pretty amazing and the guides are very good looking. Their website isn’t that amazing and is not translated into English – but u can have a look at their pictures. Rasmus will also post the ones I took. Have a great day!
Copenhagen is a city of runners, I myself try to be one of them – I don’t always seem to be as good as everyone else, but I try. There are so many good running paths around the city, and today I ran one of my favorites, it actually passes most of the biggest tourist attractions too. One of the best things about this route is that I can run by water almost all the way around. The route is approx. 13 kilometers, I’ll see if I can post a picture of the route later on – until then, you’ll have to do with the pictures. Having to stop and take pictures for the blog made the run a whole lot easier – score!
This is Rasmus, 26, and me, Helle, 23. We’re practically family, as Rasmus has dated my older sister for the past 8 years. We blog about Copenhagen and what is going on around the city. We hope to inspire you to come and visit!
Rasmus is the tech genius/ nerd/ head of the blog and I am the writer. Today we met up for coffee in one of Vesterbros cosy cafes to talk about the blog.
Pumpehuset is one of Copenhagens most versatile stages. Yesterday my roommate and I passed by and heard music. A smell of bbq and the sound of heavy metal welcomed us to the garden. The band, Vampire Pussies, and the audience were great and everyone was so happy! We bought a beer and watched the rest of the concert. Thank you, Pumpehuset
“Ladies, gentlemen, start your engines…as the 15th anniversary ‘Gumball 3000’ Rally from Copenhagen to Monaco is about to begin!” Copenhagen was filled with the most amazing cars – Massaraties, Ferraries, BMWs and even a Batmobile! Names such as David Hasselhoff, XZIBIT and Tony Hawk all went through our city. We cant wait to welcome Gumball again next year!