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.
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. [...]
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kronborg Castle has played an important part in military history, and is the home of legendary prince Hamlet.
Looking back on the travelling year 2010, I see I didn’t stick with my plans. Nothing new there. Instead, I went with the flow – and cheap flights. So here it is – fave travels of 2010 In January, I was in Geneva. It was mostly business, visiting ILO. But I always enjoy visiting Switzerland. [...]
Inspired by the last Blogsherpa Carnival, I’ve decided to begin yet another sporadic series – the magic of cities. Don’t know why I haven’t thought of that before – it’s a fun subject and I do like cities. In focus today is København – or Copenhagen, also known as the King’s City (despite the fact [...]
I was in Denmark last weekend, at TBEX Copenhagen, a Travel Bloggers Exchange Conference – organised by Kim, Maren and Courtney of Galavanting. If you aren’t interested in blogging – or conferences – feel free to skip this post. Instead, perhaps I can entice you with these cool cafes in Dubai, or life on a [...]