When I told my husband this week that a date had been set for Copenhagen Street Food’s closure his expression mirrored the one he usually saves for football results – a mixture of shock, horror and disbelief. Sorry if I’m breaking the bad news to you too, but doors will close at the end of … Read More about Baltic Market – Liverpool’s own Paper Island
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Was it just me that felt as soon as the calendar flipped over to September autumn arrived? It seemed to happen overnight, as if nature itself had been counting down. Though lets be honest with the way 2017 has turned out maybe we all just needed it as an excuse to wrap up in a … Read More about My Autumn Nordic wish list
When planning our recent holiday I started reading about ‘Greater Copenhagen’. This initiative aims to raise the profile of Eastern Denmark and Southern Sweden, capitalising on Copenhagen’s global popularity and create a ripple effect in tourism and investment from Zealand, across the Øresund bridge and into Skåne.
Even though I’ve still so much more to tell you about our recent trip to Copenhagen I wanted to share one of my favourite places in the UK where you can find hygge at home. To help beat our Danish blues we were lucky enough to spend the last few days of our holiday at … Read More about Nordic inspiration in the Lake District
I’ve already written about our recent return to Copenhagen, but I had to dedicate a post to the apartment we stayed in – not only because it enabled us to really ‘live like locals’, but because we actually stayed at the award winning, 8 Tallet. Since 2009 I’ve watched many a BBC arts programme featuring … Read More about Our Copenhagen home away from home