Europe Trip - Day 7- Back to Copenhagen

Im already sitting back home in Utah, so that tells you that i’m a little behind on writing these posts! Our trip was amazing and so full that I decided that the blog posts could wait so that I could put my time and energy to really just take in the last few days and enjoy it. Not gonna lie, I was pretty exhausted by the end of our trip.

On this day, we woke up early in Berlin and caught a flight back to Copenhagen. We went and had lunch at this really amazing place called Voraz. The atmosphere was great and the food was so so good! I definitely recomend it if you ever go to Copenhagen. Not only was the food great, but it is a luggage hero stop, which means that they allow you to leave your suitcases and bags with them for a small fee and it was really nice to walk around with out our bags because we had just flown in but didn’t have time to go to our airbnb before our shoot. So next we went and checked out the queens stables at Christansborg palace. You had to pay to tour the palace and we didn’t have time for a full tour, but even just walking around was really cool. So then we met up with Rebecca and Anders and the most darling squishy baby I have ever seen in my life, Harvey. He was so sweet and happy and we all took turns holding him while the other two photographed his parents.

This area of Copenhagen is like something straight out of a movie set. Its so cute and perfect.

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We then went and checked out the Church of Our Lady which holds the original Christus statue. It was a nice to just sit and feel refreshed in the beautiful chapel for a little bit before heading back out into the cold. We saw a cute christmas market so we headed that way an stumbled upon something going on with lots of candles being lit. We still don’t know what was going on because all of the signs were in Danish and everyone we asked also didn’t know what was happening, but it was beautiful.

Once we were ready to call it a day, we grabbed our bags and headed to the train station to take a train over to Malmo sweden. It was dark and late by the time we got there so we just settled into our air bnb.

I was so excited to get back to Copenhagen and get my suitcase! While in Berlin, I got a voicemail from the metro lost and found in Copenhagen saying that they had my suitcase that I left on the metro on the second day of our trip. Stephanie and Alexis were so good about letting me wear their clothes, but I was SO EXCITED to get my own clothes back. I had tried calling them back while I was in Berlin, but my phone was having issues with the international call, but I didn’t sweat it too much because I knew I would be back in Copenhagen in just a few days. Well when we got back to Copenhagen, I couldn’t get anyone to answer the phone at the metro customer service line. It was still morning time, so I had the thought that maybe they weren’t open yet, so I looked up their hours online and found that they are only open monday through friday from 8-4, and I was calling on a saturday. Then it hit me that we would be leaving to come monday at 7:00 am and that I WOULDN’T GET MY BAG BACK. AH! I tried calling a million different numbers, emailing, I even tried to change my flight on monday so that I could go get my suitcase before I left the country. Nothing worked and i’m sitting at home in Utah and my suitcase is still sitting in the lost and found of the Copenhagen Metro station. Blerh. I can still try having them ship my bag, but I haven’t been able to talk to them yet because of the the time difference.