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Copenhagen's Torvehallerne Market - Go Hungry! - Little Observationist
It was a wet morning, our last day in the wonderful city of Copenhagen, Denmark. Jorge and I took a walk through Torvehallerne Market – one of my favourite places that we discovered on our visit and somewhere I’d definitely love to return to on another trip. As everywhere else in this city, the were rows of bikes lined up outside. We started indoors in one of two bright, glass-roofed warehouses that host around 80 vendors. We were some of the first people inside, so it was pretty empty. Stalls and shops were just opening up for business. A few were still shuttered. There was a morning rush of stallholders laying out delicious displays and carts being wheeled around, transporting new deliveries. Wandering through the market, we wished we were hungry, but we had just filled up on tasty dense slices of fresh buttered rågbrød bread, hard boiled eggs, ham and cheese for breakfast at Hotel Fox. I wished we had happened upon this place earlier in the trip because it was definitely worth having a meal there. Everything looked incredibly fresh and meticulously prepared. You could fill up on free samples alone. There were trays of smørrebrød – those tempting open-faced …