Copenhagen: Denmark’s Bike City

March 29, 2016 Craig Hewitt 0

Denmark is at the forefront of the green wave. This push toward a brighter future is in part due to an increased focus on cleaner energy and technology. However, the greatest contributor to Copenhagen’s status […]


Smorrebrod: Denmark’s Sushi

March 9, 2016 Craig Hewitt 0

Nordic Cuisine can be a little challenging for outsiders. Ingredients like smoked salmon, pickled herring, and fish roe are not as common worldwide. Over the past few years, appreciation for the Danish culinary scene has […]


Five Star Hotels in Denmark

February 23, 2016 Craig Hewitt 0

Denmark has a reputation for being socialist and simplistic. This is certainly a modern development, as Denmark also boasts Europe’s oldest (uninterrupted) royal lineage, and all the charm of the continent’s other capitals. So fear […]

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Flowers in Denmark

February 9, 2016 Craig Hewitt 0

In most cities the main attraction is a building, either modern or ancient, that represents some sort of golden age. From the Coliseum, to the Empire State building, to the Eiffel Tower, a tourist can […]


Copenhagen’s Counterculture: Christiania

January 21, 2016 denmark 0

  Scandinavia has a very cold reputation. Unfortunately, I can’t change the weather. I hope to, however, change this perception. While Norway, and Sweden remain somewhat culturally rigid, Denmark, embraces alternative lifestyles and eccentricity. Its […]


Updates on Denmark Immigration in 2016

January 15, 2016 Craig Hewitt 0

Immigration across much of the Eurozone is a popular topic amongst not just fellow european citizens, but also potential immigrants from other countries.  As of the time of this writing there is a great debate […]

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