Much to my surprise, for our four year anniversary Darryl arranged for us to have a spontaneous day trip getaway to Copenhagen in Denmark.
A lot of people thought we were mad for getting up at 4am to head to Luton Airport only to return the same day at 10pm, but we love a challenge!
In our four years together so far, Darryl has truly learned what makes me happy. Early flights, airport breakfasts (with flowing coffee!) and exploring a new destination.
Prior to our trip, Darryl had researched everywhere worth visiting, meaning we were able to cram in as much as possible.
Despite a brief sit down for fifteen minutes, we walked for eight solid hours, winding in and out of the city’s streets and snapping photos everywhere we went.
The air around us consistently smelt of the sweet delicacies and Polser hot dogs, which of course we couldn’t leave without trying.
After visiting a few of the iconic landmarks in the city of Copenhagen – such as The Little Mermaid who is now over 100 years old, the beautiful pastel buildings of Nyhavn and the impressive Amalienborg Palace.
Before heading back to the airport, we stopped by an Italian restaurant called Vesuvio of Copenhagen. The calzone that I ordered not only fell over each side of my plate by about five inches, but it was absolutely to die for.