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(Expensive) Copenhagen Our own Terry Ware discovers how great it can be to spend a weekend taking in the beauty of Copenhagen.


Yes, I am still reeling tentatively opening the credit card statements as they arrive. We decided to take a 4 day break at the beginning of December to experience all the Christmas magic that Copenhagen had to offer and it didn’t let us down. We caught the aptly named early “red eyed” flight from Stansted and I must say easyJet were brilliant as always. We arrived at the Hotel Nyhavn 71, which is an old converted harbour warehouse overlooking the canal and placed at the end of a line of cosy bars and restaurants. We were surprised to find these all had tables outside despite the cold December weather; they all had heaters and as a really lovely touch there was a blanket on every seat for you to wrap up nice and snug.


Our room was small but beautifully furnished with original beams and fabulous views. We had a light snack in the basement bar, which was comfortable and relaxing with very tasty food indeed. However, with such a wide range of


excellent eateries in Copenhagen we didn’t eat in the main restaurant. In the morning, the breakfast buffet was well presented with a wide selection that was constantly being replenished. We ate too much thinking it would suffice until the evening - not a chance with so many temptations - it was an impossible task but we gave in without any guilty feelings whatsover! For lunch with a real buzzy atmosphere


from local diners with amazing food then head to Café Norden Ostergade 61 - it is well worth a visit.


I would recommend Copenhagen, especially during Christmastime. The whole city is an explosion of tiny lights and beautiful markets all presented very tastefully. Don’t leave without a canal trip from outside the Hotel to see the city from a different angle taking in the famous mermaid. Head to the food market to experience seafood, wine and cheese, and finish with mouthwatering chocolate, but the biggest must visit has to be Tivoli Gardens at night - it is a magical experience for all ages. Drink Glogg (warm spicy wine) till your


hearts content, smile and enjoy this wonderful City but have very deep pockets - very deep indeed!!


Written by Terry Ware. Contact:


Hotel Nyhavn 71 T: +45 3343 6200 www.71nyhavnhotel.com


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