Today is June 19. In Barcelona while writing this. The weather was gorgeous yesterday – warm, but just windy enough that I didn’t feel like I was sweating into a tiny puddle outside Sagrada Familia. The hotel was good. It’s in a rather quiet neighbourhood, but close to the Metro, so not far away from… Continue reading Good for me
It’s rather strange. I’ve spent so much time planning this trip – it’s been in the works for 2 ½ years now – that it was only last week that I realised it was time to start packing.
Of course there is a strike of the security personell at the airport the week I’m scheduled to fly out. Fortunately, my airport is not the hardest hit. Oh, Norway and its labour strikes. Always in the late spring/early summer…
Obsessively checking the weather of everywhere we’re going. Weather.com is not making it easy for me, with their 10 days ahead forecast. Damn it, I want to know what the weather is like in Rome in 12 days.
Frequently, or so it seems, people ask on message boards what they can see when they go to a country with royals. Here are some of the highlights I frequently repeat about Copenhagen and the surrounding area. Note that unless you plan to be in Copenhagen on the Queen’s birthday, (which is April 16) actually… Continue reading Copenhagen: For Royal Watchers
Sometimes it is strange coming back to old haunts; I moved from Copenhagen earlier this summer. And I’ve been visiting again this weekend. From the moment on the metro when I didn’t get off on my usual stop, close by where I used to live, things have been kind of odd. I know this place,… Continue reading Copenhagen