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Monthly archive March, 2013
Hotel in Berlin - Das Stue

Hotel in Berlin – Das Stue

Once the Danish Embassy. Today, Das Stue is a modern hotel. Picture source –  http://www.das-stue.com/ Next time I’m going to Berlin I would consider staying at this newly renovated hotel and much talked-about hotel, Das Stue. The hotel is housed in the former Royal Danish Embassy and located centrally with views of Tiergarten Park. The hotel still...
London...

London…

Just a little ‘in between post’ ….. here are a few of my daily snapshots…. Have a great weekend! (Picture source – Travel Habit, London Feb-March 2013)
Seaside Hotel Plesner in Skagen

Seaside Hotel Plesner in Skagen

I was looking at hotels in Skagen the other day together with my parents and came across this newly renovated seaside hotel in Skagen. Hotel Plesner is designed by architect Ulrik Plesner in 1907 and is ideally located in the heart of Skagen close to the harbour, beach and cultural sights such as Skagen Art Museum....
Jamie Oliver Cooking Class

Jamie Oliver Cooking Class

No doubt Jamie Oliver is well known and especially in Britain. I often watch his 30 minute meals on TV, where he effortlessly cooks up a great looking (and no doubt, great tasting) dishes. He makes it look so easy and not too fancy or complicated…. I love his rustic style and approach. Here in...
Postcard From: The Wonders of Nepal

Postcard From: The Wonders of Nepal

A post from our good friend Pernille Ringsing. I’ve never seen such a beautiful view from an airplane – The Himalayas and Mount Everest. Wow! The mountains are so close and peak over the clouds into the blue sky – what an adventure it must be to climb Everest Base Camp one day! In a...
We ♥ the Italian Riviera

We ♥ the Italian Riviera

Portovenere with its colorful houses and small narrow streets – Picture source – Travel Habit / September 2012 Last summer we visited the Italian Riviera (essentially another name for the coast of Liguria), which is known for its old fishing ports, beautiful landscape, wealthy Italians tourists and colour-splashed buildings. Many villages and towns in the area are internationally known, such...