Sunset at Hirtshals lighthouse, at the northern tip of the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark
When I was a teenager, InterRail (Eurail for Europeans) was for 14 – 18 year-olds. Flying was expensive then; budget airlines didn’t exist (really, young’uns!), and InterRail was the cheapest way to get to southern Europe, sleeping on the floor all the way. Well, things have changed. And to prove that, the good folks at […]
I had certain reservations when I heard Andersen Hotel was located on the corner of Helgolandsgade and Istedgade. I’ve been in Copenhagen a million times, but rarely in this part of town. In fact, last time I was here, I was with of a group of curious fresh-faced teens, all gawking at the world of adult entertainment. […]
The tiny Danish town of Billund is home of that most brilliant of toys: Lego – and of the original Legoland, everyone’s childhood fantasy, at least for us of the pre-Nintendo generation.
A road trip in the Faroe Islands is a treat, with awe-inspiring vistas or colourful little villages whichever way you turn. Around a bend in the road, this is what you might see: … or this: We’re on Sheep Islands, so you will also see this: On the island of Eysturey, you’ll pass by Eiði. […]
Sagas abound in the Faroe Islands. Perhaps surprisingly, these Viking isles also have a fabulous sushi restaurant and lively street art.
Faroe Islands roads are spectacular, not least Oyggjarvegur, the mountain road from Torshavn, the archipelago’s tiny capital, towards the northern islands. But then, nothing less is to be expected in the world’s best island-destination. In places, there are no barriers between us and a 1000-foot drop into the chilling waters of the North Atlantic fjord. […]