Tag: Denmark

A Shoestring Dining in Nyhavn: ThaiAsien

Some of you who have read my post “It’s Always Sunny in Copenhagen“, perhaps you notice that in one of its chapter called “Nyhavn in a Shoestring”, I mentioned that,  “…..There’s a Thai restaurant near the end of the row suppose you miss rice and spicy flavour…” Somehow, I feel responsible

It’s Always Sunny in Copenhagen

All right, folks. The title of my post is a contradiction to what happens every December in Copenhagen and the rest of Europe. I would like to clarify that it is neither about the next season nor the Scandinavian version of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia“. Moreover, I don’t know

Happy-Go-Lucky in Aarhus

Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark, was the next destination of Princess Cruise excursion after Oslo. Aarhus is as compact as Copenhagen where you can reach anywhere on foot. Even so, you need to know that another implicit meaning of traveling by cruise ship is you can’t have it all.

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