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  • Cph 3.0After a real adventure in India, my next two holidays a few months later were going to be far more relaxed - returns to cities I had been several times already. The first was Copenhagen for the third time, where Posted by kmmk17 in 2016 Adventures | Apr 1, 2016
  • Wonderful CopenhagenCopenhagen is one of my favourite cities in the world. Small enough to get around easy, but still packing in a lot of stuff to see and do, and with the added bonus of being able to change cities and Posted by kmmk17 in 2015 Adventures | Aug 15, 2015
  • DenmarkSo these last two weeks have been pretty busy, and I've just got back from Denmark. I already visited the country last year, but this time I went to Jutland in the West. Posted by kmmk17 in German Adventures | Jul 12, 2012
  • ØresundTrick or treat! Hope you are all enjoying Hallowe'en! So I've been quite busy this weekend. Last Thursday I decided to go with my housemates to Copenhagen for the weekend, and so, incredibly last minute, we booked a hotel for Saturday Posted by kmmk17 in German Adventures | Oct 30, 2011
  • Kiel RegattaFreezing cold tough sailing race around the Baltic Posted by mktravels in Turning the world green | May 18, 2004
  • I'd Like a New Set of Feet, PleaseOur arrival and disembarkation in Copenhagen was the mirror image of the previous morning in Kiel, but in this scenario, we were the ones trying to disembark for good. We were told to be in one of the Posted by NellieVA in A Summer Blast in the Baltics! | Aug 20, 2016
  • A Breakfast To Remember and Drunk SeatmatesWe all slept long and hard following our marathon day prior, and as our flight didn't leave until 12:20pm, we even slept in a little. We all were ready for some proper food after our meager attempt at dinner Posted by NellieVA in A Summer Blast in the Baltics! | Aug 21, 2016
  • A Quick Taste of What Was To ComeOur flight was uneventful and clearing immigration was painless. Our flight arrived early and we weren't even sure if we could check-in at the pier. A representative from the cruise line was waiting for us at baggage Posted by NellieVA in A Summer Blast in the Baltics! | Aug 13, 2016
  • Nowhere for the Water To GoAll three of us slept very hard and quite well following the exertion of the previous evening. I heard loud thunderstorms during the night, but neither K nor Anna heard a thing. The skies were still gray, with Posted by NellieVA in End-of-Summer Celebration in the Scandinavian Wild | Aug 30, 2014
  • Pride and RainWe were making very good time after getting off the ferry. The skies were getting progressively darker, but we still had no rain. As we got closer to Copenhagen, however, the traffic started. It seemed as though Posted by NellieVA in End-of-Summer Celebration in the Scandinavian Wild | Aug 29, 2014
  • Confusion at the AirportThe flight was completely full, though the cramped quarters meant that most of us got little to no sleep. We arrived on schedule and welcomed the news from the captain that the outside air temperature in Copenhagen was 50 Posted by NellieVA in End-of-Summer Celebration in the Scandinavian Wild | Aug 22, 2014
  • Gettin' Some (Fairy) TaleWe left Sweden in the morning, and headed back west to Copenhagen on the train (we paid for tickets this time). Ninety minutes later, we arrived at Copenhagen Central Station with plans to continue west to visit Odense, the hometown Posted by traveljonez in Great Danes | Nov 25, 2013
  • The Best Goddamn Thanksgiving EVERToday is American Thanksgiving, and given that we're not IN the U.S. for the holiday, we were determined, to quote Matt, to "celebrate the sh*t out of today." We awoke, on this final full day in lovely Denmark, to a stunning Posted by traveljonez in Great Danes | Nov 27, 2013
  • Nothing Rotten HereSo today begins a new adventure!! We are in Copenhagen, Denmark, to experience Christmastime in the holiday-crazy Nordics. And we were here not ten minutes before interesting things began to happen. We had purchased a Copehagen Card online, which Posted by traveljonez in Great Danes | Nov 19, 2013
  • "What Rhymes With 'Hygge'?"I suppose that blog title is only funny if : 1) you are a fan of the Robin Thicke "Blurred Lines" song 2) you know that "hygge" is pronounced "hooglee" 3) you know that "hygge" is a Danish concept meaning Posted by traveljonez in Great Danes | Nov 20, 2013
  • Hamlet, Hygge, and HEY I CAN SEE SWEDEN FROM HERE!Today was an amazing day of castles and culture. (note: hopefully that means tomorrow is liquor and lowbrow) We took a train 40 minutes north to see Fredericksborg Castle, yet another Danish castle. If it's possible, this one was even more Posted by traveljonez in Great Danes | Nov 21, 2013
  • Chewing On CopenhagenSo in the past 12 or so hours we've had glog, a lot of Carlsberg beers, wine, several Danish-style Irish coffees, Danish espressos, pulses (Danish sausages), Danish goulash, smorrebrod, and Danish pastry. It seemed like a lot of food, but Posted by traveljonez in Great Danes | Nov 22, 2013
  • Leggo My Legos, ArielToday was our final full day in Copenhagen, so obviously were determined to milk every last drop of fun possible from this city. The day dawned so clear and sunny that we didn't even need lamps in the morning. But the Posted by traveljonez in Great Danes | Nov 23, 2013
  • Denmark in search of the VikingsAll the official stuff over we set off fro Hamburg, destination Denmark. After a pretty uneventful 300km drive we came to the town of Ribe and checked into a very nice but expensive campsite. we are now operating in Krone Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jun 8, 2015
  • Bicycle dramaWe woke up to a perfect sunny day without wind and of course that is the day that my bicycle decides to break its chain. Fortunately and thanks to Google we were able to find a bicycle repair shop in Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jun 9, 2015
  • Meat with fatThe weather is on our side at last and after a late breakfast we set off for our next destination at Nykobing where we moved into a campsite overlooking the Sallingsund Fiord on the island of Mors. The trip was Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jun 10, 2015
  • The midnight sunWe awoke to another stunning sunny day and after a quick breakfast, packed and set off for a visit to the beach resort of Saltum and Blokhus. After booking into a very nice campsite we headed off for the beach Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jun 11, 2015
  • A blaze of flowersHaving checked out the weather forecast on the previous evening and seeing as that the weather was due to change for the worse in the afternoon, we decided to make an early start and head off for Skagen, which is Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jun 12, 2015
  • Back into the fridgeWe awoke to a strong cold wind blowing in from the west. Our plan was to check out the city of Aalborg before beginning our trip out of Denmark and back to Switzerland. On the way into Aalborg we came Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jun 13, 2015
  • The Halcyon DaysThe thatchers have arrived ! The farm is adding a room with a great view over the surrounding canola field. Yesterday I noticed large bundles of hay stacked beside the new construction. It turns Posted by Sue McNicholas in Art Escape in Værløse , Denmark | May 20, 2017
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