Frederiksberg Havn

I know I’ve been posting a bunch of stuff in a row. We’ve had a slow weekend with lots of time to fiddle around, so I figured I might as well get it all up, and then y’all can go through it at your own pace.

Today we went for a picnic at the nearest park, Frederiksberg Havn. It’s very large, with ponds, a flock of herons, row boats, playgrounds, even a slot (palace.) This is the same park we told you about before where you can see the elephants at the neighboring zoo.

Anyhow, today we picked up burgers (the only place open on Sundays) and took our blanket over to the fields to lay in the sun. We all read, Paul napped, and the kids explored in the ‘woods’ and at the playground. Then we went for gelati on the way home. Here are some pics from a different day at the same park, including a shot of the binki tree where the children leave thier pacifiers when they are old enough. Enjoy.


One Response to Frederiksberg Havn

  1. Susan Young says:

    Super fun at that park! I like hearing details about Danes’ sunbathing habits, that there’s a binki tree in most parks…makes it fun. Alberto never took to the binki tree. He would have to have a very different looking tree to mark the end of the pacifying era.

    Tonight Alberto and I went to a fireworks show in the town where I work. The town puts on a bunch of events for Memorial Day weekend. The fireworks show was lots of fun, close up, not too long. Tomorrow morning I’ll do post-event massage for runners completing a 5-10K run. Sweaty, kinda gross, but I make $27/hour, so I’m not complaining too much.
    Love y’all – Susan

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