Ice Bars - I had never heard of them before I was doing research for this trip. Once I heard of them and mentioned it to people I couldn't believe how many people had heard of them before.
It was so much fun - the 8 of us went and we laughed and had such a great time.
None of us really knew what to expect or what kind of parkas they were going to give us....but I think it's pretty much what eskimos would wear - ha!
It was super heavy, thermal, several layers and attached gloves - it was needed for sure!
After getting all our gear on - they took us in a room like a large elevator and closed the door on one side and a couple minutes later the opposite door opens and there's the bar......
I had warned everyone it could be a traditional vodka shot - just straight vodka like they gave us in Russia but nobody cared. We weren't really going there for the drink anyway but one drink comes with your entrance fee (and it better!!)
But the drinks weren't straight vodka - they were incredibly yummy.
I had a passion fruit drink that was taaaasty! The glasses are made of solid ice - you had to have gloves on that's for sure.
So much fun!
This place is the ultimate tourist trap but it was worth every penny.
Like my BFF says - "it's brilliant give people a costume to do something different and they'll have a ball". We did!
It's so great when you decide to do something and everyone leaves saying I am so glad we did that it was so much fun. What a great way to end an amazing vacation!
After walking around Copenhagen all day and then the Ice Bar....we headed back to the hotel to rest for an hour and then off for dinner and the amusement park.
Tivoli Gardens is beautiful - we purposely went at night because we had read that it's so pretty. It did not disappoint they have lights everywhere.
I wanted to go on this roller coaster and had even talked Jo and Mel into going and when we went to get tix - its was $12!!!!! Needless to say we didn't go on it!
So long Denmark.....
This was Nyhavn in Copenhagen.....one last picture! This was my favorite spot in the city (and of course we stopped at one of the cafes for a coffee and dessert.....but of course!!).