Tag: denmark

Mary-The Making Of A Princess

"He didn't really propose to her on the side of the road to Hobart Airport?", I asked a couple of colleagues during the week. Both were Hobart born and bred, and in the 40-50 year age group. I figured they'd know. Having seen only the last fifteen minutes or so of "Mary - The Making ...

Recording equipment on the wall of a cafe in Copenhagen

Sunday in Copenhagen

The barmaid received a spontaneous round of applause for the way in which she handled the "trouble-makers" seated in the corner. Neither Sue nor I could work out what was going on. As they took their seats at the corner table, it was pretty evident they'd already had a fair bit to drink. But with ...

Canal Tour in Copenhagen

Saturday in Copenhagen

The Museum of Danish Resistance 1940-1945 is surprisingly good. We went along expecting something quite small. I think our expectation was based on some publicity we had read which indicated the museum tour (in English) was less than an hour. In the end, I think we spent well over an hour there, and could have ...

The Little Mermaid and The Big...

The Little Mermaid is Little

"It's the second-most disappointing tourist attraction in the world", Martin told us, as we were about to make our way towards Copenhagen's "Little Mermaid". Made internationally famous through the work of Hans Christian Anderson, and later through the Disney film, "The Little Mermaid" is one of those things you should definitely cross off your list ...

View from the train between Berlin and Copenhagen

Hello Copenhagen

I was awoken this morning by a text message. The truth be told, I'd heard a few messages come in throughout the night, but since I'm on holiday, and since I'm in Berlin, I hadn't bothered to look at them. They were, of course, a series of messages concerning the latest challenge (or non-challenge) to ...