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In Nørrebro, Copenhagen’s most culturally diverse neighbourhood, a food market is organized every first Sunday of the month on the sidewalk at Kogebogeriet (cook)bookstore & café. A handful of small and passionate food producers with a reputation of being the eminent choice of discerning customers attract shoppers who make a point of shopping locally and in-season.
Lykavittos Hill is the highest point in Athens and as such a prime location from which to view the city. If you’re not up for a strenuous uphill walk there is a tram service running from the bottom to the top. Perched inside the hill, we couldn’t find it, though, so we ended up walking all the way which was quite a good workout.
One aspect of traveling is to try out new food and local treats. Having impressed us thoroughly, however, on the first day, we decided to ditch that mantra and for the second consecutive day dropped in at Cookie Land which I wouldn’t hesitate to say is an absolute “sweet spot”.
April 18 is International Monuments Day in Greece which, luckily for us, means free admission to all ancient sites, including the Acropolis. Now, we could claim that we had planned this in advance as a cost saving measure, but that would be lying. We were in fact quite baffled when the lady at the ticket counter handed us a pair of tickets before we had reached for our wallets. Only much later in the day did we realize the reason for our incredible luck.