Berlin

Abbey and I headed for Berlin on a cold, snowy morning in Hamburg.  Our train journey was quick, almost too quick (1.5 hours) as we never really got to “settle in” to our seats.  We had made reservations for this journey, so finding our seats was much less...

Hamburg

To be entirely honest, neither of us were immensely impressed when we first arrived in Hamburg. We had just left Copenhagen, a picturesque city with old buildings and quaint cobblestone streets. Hamburg is the second largest port in Europe – it’s full of brick...

Copenhagen Map & Budget

Copenhagen was still rather expensive. We found that the groceries stores, however, were reasonably priced and wished we had been able to shop there more. Our hostel told us that we couldn’t bring in outside food or drink, so without access to a refrigerator or...

Copenhagen Card

Our time in Copenhagen flew by – quite unfortunately. With the exception of one day (exhaustion took over), we crammed as much as we could in six days. This is where the Copenhagen Card came in handy. When we were settled into our hostel in Copenhagen, Kevin...

Copenhagen

Abbey and I arrived in Copenhagen around 7pm after our flight from Iceland.  To our surprise there was no passport control or customs to go through.  So we grabbed our bags and headed for the metro.  Our first stop was Generator Hostel to drop off our bags.  We would...