Most travelers arrive by plane, as the land borders have become a bit less friendly during 2016. Which route to take? I would advise via Iceland, if you are coming from North America. Why, you might ask? Source: Google Maps Well, it has just the right conditions for travelers on the way to Denmark. Let’s compare the size of these 2 Countries: source: overlapmaps.com See. … Continue reading Traveling to Copenhagen
We often get birds who fly into our windows. Some make it, some don’t. Today, a little bird took a wrong turn into our picture window. “Smack” which wasn’t anything more than a small “Swish” of a sound when it happened. Through the window, I could see a small bird lying lifeless on the pavement. So young to be killed in such a meaningless way! … Continue reading Little Bird, Big Window
For those of you who think this blog is about nightlife in Copenhagen, then you are barking up the wrong Danish Larch! No dear readers, this blog is about my journey into the unknown, the mysterious, the as yet untried method of convincing the rest of Denmark that Copenhagen is not a 4-letter word. For those of you not accustomed to idioms in English, or … Continue reading Going Undercover in Copenhagen
My Ultimate List: Free giveaways of Pinot Noir Elephant ice skating at Nyhavn Take a Mermaid out to lunch Getting lucky at a Copenhagen Bar! Melted Ice Hockey Championships First one up a Palm Tree is a Coconut! The Winter Doldrums – Getting Unlucky at a Copenhagen Bar! Prize giveaways for winners of “All you can drink, but not remember drinking Pinot Noir” Feeling your … Continue reading Anything Can Happen in Copenhagen!
Some of you might ask, “Aren’t you giving the people of Copenhagen, A Bum Rap?” Of course not! The whole Country acts as as a, well as a whole. Almost everyday we, up here in Northern Jutland, speak about Copenhagen: A new highway? Well, more power to them A new bridge? Well, they deserve it more than we do! More money to the Capitol Region? … Continue reading A Bum Rap
No way, some might say. But it is way. Way out! Hugging a Palm Tree in downtown Copenhagen is the thing to do when visiting Denmark. A lot of you probably didn’t know that February is the finest month to do so, when the sun’s rays are at the most perfect angle for photographing this event! I was one of the first to do this … Continue reading Hug a Palm Tree in Copenhagen
Well, Chalk one up for February, Fun and Sun in Copenhagen! Look here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/38988862/posts/1202945594 This young Canadian girl is probably the first lucky traveler to sign up for my Fun and Sun Tour to Copenhagen in February! I just can’t say it enough: February in Copenhagen is the place to be in February 2017! If I’m lying, I’m dying…………………….. I just can’t say February … Continue reading A Winter Weary Canadian