Today was the return trip from Copenhagen. Patty had gone over two and a half weeks ago, and I followed a week later on the 18th. During this visit, we made it over to the old Carlsberg Brewery. The brewery was founded in 1847 by J.C. Jacobson, and was named after his son, Carl. It was the first Bavarian lager produced in Denmark, and became quite popular. Our little walking tour of the grounds included the horse stable, the Jacobson residence and the cooling cellars. The tour was hosted by an English-speaking guide and I was able to record most of her talk. Watch the first video below for that talk.
But the main reason for this trip to Denmark was to help celebrate the first birthday of Mateus. He had grown quite a bit since my last visit. He crawls all over the place and can walk with assistance. (I understand he has taken his first unassisted steps since then.) I was able to get some video of the celebration and a photo-taking visit to the local park the next day, and present that below in the second video.