Thursday, 22 November 2012

Copenhagen dream

The past three months I've spent living in the capital of Denmark - Copenhagen. I would never think that I'd find myself in this particular country for such a long time, for Denmark was never of great interest to me. Yet, Copenhagen turns out to be an amazing city with a lot to offer. Despite the highest prices ever and the unpredictable danish weather it has its charm. I adore the mix of architecture here, all the fancy streets and alleys full of cafés, restaurants and unique shops that you won't find anywhere else.  Copenhagen is a place to witness the developement of the danish design, simple and minimalistic, and the well-dressed people walking (cycling most of the time) the streets everyday. 

Nyhavn - canal

Statue of Frederick V

The Red Square

Best ice cream in town!
The huge thermometer                                                 My favourit cafe - Kalaset

No better way to travel around the city
Emmerys bakery


'Episode', second-hand store

My first visitor - Ola

Then Marta came, later my friend Agata form Gueulard

What could make me happier than Pogoria and Chopin in Copenhagen? <3

Thursday, 15 November 2012

Monday, 5 November 2012

From Paris with love

One of the most beautiful cities in the world. Barges on Seine, adorable architecture,  Eiffel Tower, streets and alleys, hundreds of restaurants and cafés make Paris a place to remember and the one you want to come back once you've set your foot there.

Notre Dame de Paris

  Grand Palais

Musée du Louvre

Arc de Triomph

 Père-Lachais Cementary

Basilique du Sacré-Cœur 

Gardens of Versailles

My  favourite way of moving around the city

The grave of Frederick Chopin

 The french Statue of Liberty