As far as I know, there isn’t a rule stating that one must create blog posts in chronological order. Since Autumn was a busy time for us, I wasn’t able to include as many moments as I would have liked, so I’ve decided to take a little trip down memory lane.
The Church of Our Savior (Vor Frelsers Kirke) is located in the charming neighborhood of Christianshavn. Inspired by Dutch towns, it is configured of winding canals and is one of Copenhagen’s most eclectic and sought-after neighborhoods.
Climbing the corkscrew spire of The Church of Our Savior was something I had wanted to do since arriving in Denmark. Last September, Mom and I made the 400-step climb together. The last 150 steps are outside and it was very windy up there! But what a view!
Don’t look down!
After the climb, we treated ourselves to lunch at Lagkagehuset.
A wonderful day to remember. I miss you mama.