As all things wedding-related (bills have been paid and remnants are packed in wedding-labeled-boxes) have nearly come to an end , I’ve realized that I haven’t yet showed you guys any pictures from Copenhagen. Denmark’s capital is a very charming city with friendly, beautiful people and lots of places to hang out. We had only two days in our disposition and luckily Copenhagen is easily done on foot.
We luckily got lots of sunshine during the day, previous to the civil wedding and by the time the black clouds took over the sun and rain kicked in, we had been cozied up in a cafe.
I was really looking forward to GoBoat after the wedding ceremony with our friends and enjoy a George and Amal moment but danish weather didn’t play in our favor. For those who haven’t been to Copenhagen yet, one can simply rent an easily navigated boat to sail around the city, definitely worth trying in my opinion.Truthfully, we were ready to put rain coats on and rent that boat but the moment we were asked to sign the ‘we hold no responsibility if anything happens to you’ papers we bailed out. You might just go ahead and call us chickens…
When I spotted the Albanian flag on this building, M. and I were so excited by the prospect of finally finding an Albanian restaurant (outside Albania of course!) and guess what? It was the Albanian embassy, so disappointed!
Down the line getting married in Denmark was highly inconvenient and not included in our wedding budget but Copenhagen will forever stay in our hearts as part of our story. Bottom line here, wedding without drama, does not exist my darlings, trust me.