Little Mermaid – a symbol of Copenhagen, Denmark

The first glimpse when you encounter Langelinie is the astonishing Little Mermaid statue. Standing at only 1.25 meters high and weighing around 175 kg, this marvel has been one of the symbols of Copenhagen since its unveiling on August 23, 1913. It was a present from the brewer Carl Jacobsen of the Carlsberg Breweries. It was made by a sculptor by the name of Edvard Erichsen. Every year it is celebrated in a special way and 75% of tourists who visit Copenhagen throughout the year visit the famous Little Mermaid. The Little Mermaid represent the Danish fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen...
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Places in Copenhagen – Fiskebaren

Courtesy of Hotel Alexandra, Fiskebaren – a trendy fish restaurant at the distinctive Meat Packing District of Copenhagen. The menu is composed on a day to day basis, so that only the best fish will be on the menu. The food was great, it was beautiful and tastefull, and there is a good chance to taste a fish, you may never have heard of before. The staff was very helpfull – so just ask, if you want to know more about the different fish on the menu. You can eat in the bar or in the comfortable stalls, but the noise level was quite loud, so it is probably not the ideal place for...
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Accent of Flowers in Boutique Hotels’ Decoration

Flowers can have a meaning, they can deliver a message and surprise people. However, they simply can be a part of a decoration and in this way they can astonish you even more! A great example of how beautiful they are and how they make a space look outstanding, are the flower bouquets at our boutique hotels. You can find them in places that you would not expect. Even if you do not like flowers, you have to agree to the fact that flowers make you imagine the most perfect lazy days with a bit of dreaminess and a romantic atmosphere. . Please enjoy below the floral gallery which definitely will indulge...
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Copenhagen, the Green Global Capital?

A view of the world from the satellite by Jean-Luc Karleskind In December 2009, Copenhagen has been at the centre of the world when it hosted the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Copenhagen Summit. I have come to Copenhagen to find out more. On the bed table of the hotel there isn’t a bible but the book “100 PLACES TO REMEMBER before they disappear”. The hotel actually sells it for 399 DKK. On page 4, I learn that the book is produced in accordance with the Nordic Eco-label “The Swan”. This ensures that strict environmental criteria are met with a restricted...
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Places in Copenhagen – the AOS Michelin Restaurant

Courtesy of Hotel Alexandra Carina is a receptionist at Hotel Alexandra, she is studying to become a teacher. She visited AOC  (Aarø & Co) with her father… The visit to the Michelin restaurant AOC was an experience quite beyond the ordinary. By a large, well-endowed wine display, we were greeted by a gracious servant who took our coats and led us then to dinner. The restaurant buzzes “feinscmeckerei” and perfection. The decor is minimalistic, but with a good sense of classic solid furniture and a comfortable lightning. We chose the “sensory evening menu”, a 7-course meal with...
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