Monthly Archives: November 2014

Copenhagen in November: Happiness is counted in seconds

For days now Copenhagen has been cushioned and buffered in low cloud, not a hint of a golden ray. Most Danes find November, in any year, bordering on slow torture. Here I differ with my Nordic friends, as I have a growing affection with this sensuous month. For a few hours of dimmed daylight, with only […]
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Making waves

Slowly, but surely Copenhagen´s waterfront and harbor, is developing into an active playground for entrepreneurs and creative souls. Projects like Maritime Allotments, a non-profit organization, has been working on aqua-farming in Copenhagen´s clean waters and have established a loyal band of enthusiastic followers during the last couple of years. This blog will be following closely […]
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Rosenvængets Allé: Hidden, but not forgotten

Trying to find that one street that captures a neighborhood´s identity can be both exhilarating and exhausting for any new traveller to any city for the first time. There are  streets that embody a neighborhood´s character, like Elisabeth Street in London´s Belgravia resembling an elegant urban village or Rosa Luxemburg Strasse in Berlin´s hip Mitte showing off […]
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