Lights on, Trousers off in Copenhagen

To be honest: It wasn´t even my idea. We were just on our way back to the hotel after our first day in Copenhagen and stopped by at a little tourist shop. I wanted to buy some postcards for my grandma, saw them and thought: WHAT? THIS is the place we´ve just been too? Nyhavn (New Harbour) lookes completely different at  sunset. That´s what I do quite frequently: I just check the postcards of a city I´m visiting and steal some ideas. So we just turned around, had some beers at Kongens Nytorv (biggest square in downtown, second picture), waited for the sun to go down and then headed back to Nyhavn to take these “I-don´t-have-my-own-ideas-pictures” haha. P1450296P1440886P1440807P1440839 KopieP1440852On our way back (we really wanted to get back to the hotel this time) we walked by Tivoli, the oldest amusement park in the world (Mickey wasn´t even born at that time), which was unfortunatelly closed in winter. We saw a crowd of dressed up peole hurrying to the building of Circus in front of it. We just went behind them and found ourselves in a beautiful dinner show called Wallmans, which lasted for 4 hours, with 4 courses and 4 millions of laughs. The whole show was amazing and I uploaded for you my favorite part of it: the most ironical “sexy” show I´ve ever seen in my life. They put a bathtub between the tables, gave all the people around raincoats and just see below what happened after that …P1440089P1440101P1440104P1440137P1440108This one is for the girls:P1440196This one is for the guys:P1440206And the last ones for those who still don´t know ;-) P1440202P1440214

5 Responses to “Lights on, Trousers off in Copenhagen”

  1. Caro says:

    super schöne bilder! mit welcher kamera hast du die fotos gemacht?? die muss ich auch haben! danke und grützi

  2. Caro says:

    cool vielen dank bella

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  4. Super Artikel! Vor allem die Fotos! Großes Lob aus Maremma, Toskana!

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