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In Nørrebro, Copenhagen’s most culturally diverse neighbourhood, a food market is organized every first Sunday of the month on the sidewalk at Kogebogeriet (cook)bookstore & café. A handful of small and passionate food producers with a reputation of being the eminent choice of discerning customers attract shoppers who make a point of shopping locally and in-season.
We recently upgraded our travel experience from ʻSAS Goʼ to ʻSAS Plusʼ because we would like to know why our friends are so eager to become SAS Gold or Silver members. Is it really worth the extra pay?
A colleague of mine, who should have been a historian rather than a programmer, mentioned to me once that people with blond hair and blue eyes originally lived around The Black Sea but eventually migrated to Northwestern Europe. My memory of this was brought back when I was standing at the Dodecalith monument in “The Lolland Alps”, overlooking the archipelago and the passage grave Glentehøj as well as three other burial mounds from the Bronze Age.
This summer is not only the longest and warmest since I have been in Denmark, it’s also the longest and warmest on record. We have had weeks and weeks of temperatures hovering around 30°C. Like in Southern Europe, many people choose to stay inside away from the scorching heat during the daytime. However, I choose to explore whenever I get the chance. This weekend my friends told me about the Viking Festival at Trelleborg Castle, the best preserved of the seven known Viking ring castles in Denmark.