Monthly Archives: September 2014

Han Kjøbenhavn

My walks down Gammel Mønt usually ends around the corner of Christian IX Gade, but not anymore. A wander down the adjoining Vognmagergade and a pleasant surprise a beckons, Han Kjøbenhavn. Copenhagen is blessed with an array of unique retail spaces, but for me, the one that has caught my eye, is the mens retail store, […]
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A day to remember

Edinburgh was wrapped in a pillow of fog as we landed on the day Scotland had to make up its mind. The city seemed rather subdued and reserved, as if it couldn’t take anymore debate. Leaving the east coast for Galloway by train, the fog evaporated revealing Scotland in it`s morning glory, drenched in September […]
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Scotland the Brave?

I am well aware that many will raise an eyebrow when this post, “Scotland the Brave” pops up on my blog dedicated so loyally to Copenhagen`s architectural and urban treasures, but being a global soul, I could not pass this opportunity without a mention. I am a regular visitor to Scotland, either visiting my family in […]
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