One night we walked around town and down to Stroget for dinner. It was a perfect night, not too chilly and no wind, and it was amazing to see how empty all the streets were (except for a few walking the streets and some musicians playing for the passerbys to drop a few kroners) for a big city on a Saturday night. Shops close early on Saturdays and people usually stay in, so its a totally different atmosphere than what you would expect. I wonder if its quite different in the summer months when there are more tourists.
The fountain in the square was filled with bubbles! We weren't sure if it was put there by some goofballs or if they actually do this once in a while to clean the fountain. It doesn't smell like soap though so I don't know.
Restaurants open at night around the city usually have pretty lights outside and heaters and blankets to keep their customers warm- I love the feel of it.
Walking the streets
Jayne being her goofy self
We ate at this Mexican/Italian restaurant that I can't quite remember the name of. The menu was huge. Aside from an old waiter who got our orders wrong, possibly forgot about it altogether, and couldn't really speak English... it was a pretty good meal.
On our walk home we kept hearing this loud gospel music. We couldn't figure out where it was coming from. Finally we walk by this big old church and their was the gospel choir belting their hearts out. It was fun to stay and watch and listen for awhile.
It was a great night!