Tag Archives: Værnedamsvej

Central Hotel & Café

I can still remember my Grandmother’s dulcet tones, tinged with her mellow Galloway accent, consoling me with “Phillip dear, beautiful things come in small boxes,” after being concerned about not reaching my target height for a seven-year-old. Sitting in Copenhagen’s, technically Frederiksberg, smallest café, Central Hotel & Café, my Grandmother’s words come streaming back to […]
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Aesop: A Haven In Copenhagen

Entering Aesop’s latest signature store in Copenhagen was like entering my favorite garden, Hammers Have in Dragør. Greeted by a warm and informative host into a zen-like haven. At long last, the Australian brand, Aesop renowned for its distinctive skin, hair and body products, has put Copenhagen on its long list of flagship stores scattered around the globe. […]
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Værnedamsvej: Thriving In No-Mans Land

Squeezed between the two boroughs of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, Værnedamsvej thrives in no-mans land with its own distinct coolness. A stroll down this tightly packed street on an early Saturday morning with Granola´s café guests consuming espressos and newspapers with gay abandon, you would be forgiven if you thought you had arrived in Marais. The […]
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