A FAREWELL TO MY LAST DANISH KRONE

Our last day in Copenhagen; a last day of £4 Starbucks (with no refills), relentless Danish efficiency and cheerfulness, and a last view of the Marriot from our Youth Hostel. We were off on a FlixBus to Lubeck.  170 miles, 4 hours, £25, and a free ice cream at the Ferry crossing. You can’t beat free ice… Continue reading A FAREWELL TO MY LAST DANISH KRONE

THE 3rd BEST PUB IN COPENHAGEN

Enough about Carlsberg in Southwold, here’s one of my Copenhagen highlights, and possibly the Carlsberg/Tuborg flagship. After Bakken, we popped in Jerbanecafeen on the way from the main railway station to the rather more cerebral gardens of Tivoli. “Only” Tuborg on, so we gave Tivoli beer a miss. For now. I’d just bought the family huge… Continue reading THE 3rd BEST PUB IN COPENHAGEN

THE HARVEY’S DRINKING WELL IN COPENHAGEN

Having survived war-torn Hamburg (reports to follow), I should have been prepared for a trip to Latitude near Southwold. Nothing can prepare you for the horror that is Waitrose-in-a-field. “Sod Mikkeller, try the cask in Charlie’s Bar” wrote Scott, the Dutchman with his finger in the dike, trying to keep out the flood of cask.… Continue reading THE HARVEY’S DRINKING WELL IN COPENHAGEN