Finally sitting down to write a post about my experience eating gluten free in Paris. My trip to Europe with my sister was a dream come true. Travel is such a passion of mine, and it's grown even more since returning home. But travel is also difficult when it comes to planning and unexpected hiccups.
The final portion of the cruise part of the recent trip with my sister, Andrea, was in Copenhagen. Check out my thoughts on the first stops, Halifax and Oslo, and on the cruise itself!
To be incredibly cliche, Copenhagen was last, but most certainly not least. We had two days to explore with the cruise ship acting as our hotel. Which was good, because we ended up not really wanting to leave.
So, I haven’t written lately due to taking a job in Virginia and driving across the country in 48 hours to get here… But more on that later.
After our first stop in Norway, Stavanger, we headed over to Oslo, the capital of the country. Again we decided not to do anything through Disney, but planned a day on our own. We walked in to the city from a port that was farther away, through a newly developed area filled with boutiques and coffee shops. We grabbed coffee at a local place with gluten-free pastries before heading in to the center of the city.