As my time in the Danish capital of Copenhagen was fleeting, it's safe to say two things-that one, I barely scratched the surface, and two, a return trip is definitely in order. So whenever I make it back to København, here are the five things at the top of my list.
Even with all the traveling I did at a relatively young age as a female (my late teens and early 20s), I (thankfully) never had anything drastic happen to me, unlike plenty of other horror stories I've encountered. However, I have had plenty of annoyingly stupid mishaps over the years and without further ado, here are my top five.
I had somewhat of a hard time choosing where to go for our fancier night out in Savannah but ended up going with Vic's on the River for a variety of reasons. First, I like water views and theirs was beautiful and second, it was fancy but not in a stuffy kind of way.
Eggplant is a vegetable that I hated as a child (up there with zucchini). In my young naivete, I found its taste to be odd, too foreign even. It was nothing like the bland tasting carrots and green beans that I was accustomed to (my mom steamed everything just about). However, now that I'm older AND wiser, eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables, and possibly one of my favorite foods. It's a food I could happily eat every day just about.
While I knew I would need to wisely choose how to spend my limited time in Savannah, Bonaventure Cemetery was at the top of my list of places to visit. And even though it is located outside of the city, I wasn't about to skip it although from a logistics standpoint, it would have made sense. However, I simply adore visiting cemeteries because as a history lover, there's no greater place to experience it.