I want to share with you one of my favorite restaurants in Copenhagen - Hønen & Ægget, which means "the chicken and the egg.” I can't think of a better place for Sunday brunch. This place is quite small but beautiful and cozy with gorgeous tile tables, burning candles, and beautiful plants everywhere. The atmosphere of this restaurant is so warm and inviting, and the food - oh the food - don't remember the last time I had a meal that was so good!
I posted a photo of our Airbnb in Copenhagen on Instagram and received so many messages asking about it, so I decided to share more photos of it here. I must say, I really enjoyed the process of looking for an apartment in Copenhagen, because every single one of them looks just amazing. Danish people know how to decorate their homes. Finally, after looking for a while, I chose this apartment and I loved it so much that I didn't want to leave it. It's bright and airy, with lots plants, candles, and other beautiful things. The location is very convenient – a 20 minute ride away from the airport, close to the center and many attractions. The apartment also has a Nespresso machine, a TV with Netflix, free wi-fi and everything you need to feel truly at home.
I had been dreaming about visiting Amsterdam for such a long time, and this year my dream finally came true! Amsterdam was everything I'd imagined it to be and even better. It was one of those trips when you fall in love with your destination the minute you step out of the plane. Out of all cities I've been to, Amsterdam is definitely the most beautiful one, with its unique architecture, lovely coffee shops and many canals. Unfortunately, it was a short visit, so my husband and I decided not to spend our time visiting museums and doing other "touristy" things. Instead, we ended up just wandering around the streets with no final destination in mind, stopping for quick coffee breaks, and taking pictures of every bicycle standing next to a pretty door.