It’s Saturday, it’s already 10pm and we are just hanging around on the couch, tired from a day walking miles exploring every corner of Copenhagen.
Odilia and Alberto are visiting me and I have been showing them around.
– “So what are we up to tonight?”
-“We could go to this ice bar…”
(Just the thought of the cold makes my body feel heavier on the couch!)
-“But if we go, has to be right now, the bar closes at 1am!”
-“Let’s get ready then!”
10:32pm – here we go with the map in the lap, cycling down and up the street… and these streets are all flat!
11pm – we arrive at the IceBar!
Price for the entrance: 150Dkk ~21€ (ouutcchhh!)… well, with one cocktail included!
Deep breaths and I feel the freshness of that light blue water! The walls are made of ice, so are the chairs and the tables, even the bar is made of ice!
When for a moment of distraction, my friends get out of my sight I realize how everybody is dressed the same, which makes it harder to find them, but well the bar isn’t that big and here they are, cuddling some wall!! hahah
The theme of the bar is motorbikes! Every season they invite an artist to redecorate the bar with sculptures made of ice!
Hmmm… my feet start getting too cold! Maybe it’s better to get our drink: blueberries vodka cocktail served in a glass made of ice!!!
This was a unique experience and truly refreshing.
When we left the bar, the streets felt like a heater for us, besides the fact it was only 2ºC.
For those who would like to know more about these bars, there are a few all over the World: London, Stockholm, Oslo, Barcelona…
There is the direct link for the bar:
………..It was a wonderful night!……..
P.S. The incidents of the night:
– the drink of the girl whose Alberto knocked down with his dance.
– Odilia got all enthusiastic riding the ice motorbike and fell off the other end! hahaha it hurts my cheeks of laughing!
For all, kisses wrapped in little ice cubes! xxxX