Find the best beer at Godthaab Bryghus. One person couldn’t find the bar, perhaps the beer drinking started before leaving the hotel.
Want free wifi? Then make you way to Cafe Wok, the only eatery that has it.
“I want pizza,” you say. “But I want Filipino food,” says your date. Wait! You’re both right at Mary’s Kitchen.
IGGU serves the best Greenlandic pizza.
Brugseni Nuuk is a specialty food market and has a little bit of everything.
Fjord lovers will certainly want to tour the magnificent and oh so nearby fjords.
Exercise lovers really must take the town’s two-hour walking tour. The single person will find its cost a tad pricey at $632. However, this price remains the same for groups up to fifteen people. So why not bring along fourteen of you closest friend?. Indeed some of Nuuk’s other activities seem tailored for large groups. Just a heads up here.
Be sure to take in the town’s fabulous Northern Lights. They’re not 100% reliable though. However, seeing them at Nuuk is probably your best bet. You get fewer and fewer displays as you head farther and farther south. They’ll be no Northern Lights by the time you get to San Diego.
Take a trip to one of the oldest permanent settlements in Greenland. You’ll meet a family living there. I don’t know their names.
And as always, “Have fun traveling.”
– Paul De Lancey, The Comic Chef