Copenhagen, Sweden Travel Newswire

Copenhagen, Sweden Travel Newswire

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  1. Forget the house: We're going travellingRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    How many gen Xs and Baby Boomers have offered those helpful words of advice for young Australians struggling to get onto the property ladder? But as the Australian dream grows further out of reach for the next generation, an increasing number are opting to throw in the towel altogether to do just that. "It's such a huge expense that I'm never going to be able to afford," said Perth fashion and travel blogger Monique Ceccato.


  2. DIY Surveillance Tool Lets You Spy On Conversations By Making Them GIFsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PSFK

    Danish design agency Rebel Agency partnered with Great Works CPH to develop a new DIY spy kit which turns recorded conversations into GIFs. Stemming from the premise that if the government and other platforms have access to surveillance tools then everyone should, they have created " I see U ," a surveillance gadget for mainstream use.


  3. Santas from all over the world meet to talk shopRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Reuters

    With just five months until Christmas, Santas from around the world are gathering in Copenhagen for a mid-season break at the annual World Santa Claus Congress. The annual conference gives them a chance to network, meet the public and get into shape for the busy days in December.


  4. Singapore children's football team stranded in TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 |

    The team from the F-17 football academy which includes 13 children, have been stranded at the Antalya Airport, after their flight to Denmark was diverted due to the attempted military coup, says the football academy. The F-17 football academy team whose flight was diverted following an attempted military coup in Turkey SINGAPORE: A children's football team from Fandi Ahmad's football academy is stranded at Turkey's Antalya Airport following an attempted military coup in Istanbul and Ankara, the F-17 Academy said on Saturday .


  5. Sustainability on the Menu in Copenhagen: 3 Stand-Out Restaurants to TryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Triple Pundit

    Copenhagen is a city where everyone seems to be doing interesting things. Designers, entrepreneurs and restaurateurs are celebrated, approachable and everywhere.


  6. Hibernian 0 Brondby 1 - Debut howler from keeper Otso Virtanen in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Sunday Herald

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  7. Hojbjerg joins new Southampton team-matesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Daily Echo

    SAINTS' second summer signing Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has jetted out to the United States to link-up with his new team-mates at their week-long Baltimore training camp. The A 12m deal for the Bayern Munich midfielder was completed too late for him to be on the flight with the rest of new manager Claude Puel's 24-man squad involved in the pre-season trip.


  8. Google Adds Hotel Deal and Flight Tracking FeaturesRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Conde Nast Traveler

    It's clear that Google wants to do more than just help you figure out when to use "affect" and "effect" or find the best spaghetti bolognese recipe: in the past few years it has launched Google Flights, which lets users keep track of routes or itineraries and see how price fluctuates over time, and Google Destinations , which helps users choose where to go on their next travel. But some of the company's latest innovations in travel are actually being inspired by something else entirely-Google's shopping tools and data.


  9. The Monday Roundup: A threatening float, Pokemon Go, walking while black & moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Bike Portland

    This week's Monday Roundup is brought to you by the Brompton Urban Challenge , a citywide adventure game/ride coming to Portland this Saturday July 16th. All bikes are welcome and all proceeds benefit BikePortland! Ready, set, Pokemon Go: Nintendo's new "augmented reality" game has taken over streets worldwide.


  10. Hospitality Innovations in the Space Between Boutique Hotel and AirbnbRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Skift

    Modern consumers with naturally move towards hospitality ideas that best fit with the way they travel now. Hospitality brands that can keep up will reap rewards.


  11. Copenhagen travel review: Explore the fashionable yet historical cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Surrey Advertiser

    Famous for high fashion, stunning architecture, cycling culture - oh and not forgetting Danish pastries - Copenhagen sounded right up our street. My partner and I embarked on a four night adventure to Denmark's capital - a European destination becoming increasingly popular for tourists looking for an insightful but relaxing city break.


  12. The Mockup of Denmark's Little Mermaid statue in Han RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | English Dong-A

    The Mockup of Denmark's Little Mermaid statue in Han River. July. 08, 2016 08:44.


  13. European neighbourhood of Christiania has declared independence from DenmarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 |

    We nod our heads in sympathy at this hard-luck story, related by Nina, our Christiania tour guide. An ageing hippie leading the tour from an ungainly tricycle cart, she seems a worthy object of our pity.


  14. The week's best travel deals around the globeRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | The Washington Post

    Go on a spending spree with a $200 or $300 resort credit at the Landsdowne Resort and Spa in Leesburg, Va. Lansdowne Resort and Spa, a luxury property in Leesburg , Va., is offering resort credits through the end of the year.


  15. How Air India is flying high on promotional schemesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 |

    Since taking charge as chairman of government-owned Air India in August last year, he's made sure the world knows about his intent. That explains AI pulling out all the stops in its high-decibel promotional offers and advertising campaigns, the budget for which rose to about Rs 70 crore in 2015-16 from about Rs 50 crore a couple of years earlier.


  16. Tokyo chosen as most livable city by Monocle; Mercer ranks it among most expensiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | The Japan Times

    Restaurants and bars in Tokyo, like the ones in the Yurakucho district shown in this photo, serve meals until late at night, one of the reasons why Tokyo was chosen as the world's most livable city by the magazine Monocle. For the second straight year Tokyo has topped the list of the most livable cities in the annual Quality of Life Survey conducted by the British lifestyle magazine Monocle.


  17. The Weekender: McConaughey, monster trucks, and the art of wonderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 |

    Want the Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend e-mailed straight to you? Sign up for the Weekender newsletter here . Welcome to your first weekend of the summer! With the weather looking glorious, there are fun options wherever you look - and however you get there.


  18. Kiel Welcomes P&O's Arcadia on Maiden CallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Marine News

    P&O Cruises' Arcadia berthed June 22, for her first visit ever to the Port of Kiel, arriving just as the prestigious Kieler Woche sailing regatta marked its half-way point. More than 2,000, mainly British, passengers used the opportunity to visit northern Europe's biggest maritime sailing event.


  19. How Norway is changing the way we drink coffeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | CNN

    Kokekaffe, or "steeped coffee," is the traditional Norwegian campfire method of drinking coffee. "Just boil the water, put the coffee in and let it steep for four minutes and then pour," says Tim Wendelboe.


  20. J. Paul Getty Museum presents "Unruly Nature: The Landscapes of Th odore Rousseau"Read the original story

    Jun 20, 2016 | Art Daily

    Unruly Nature: The Landscapes of Theodore Rousseau presents a rich selection of paintings and drawings by one of the giants of nineteenth-century French art. Theodore Rousseau achieved international fame as a leader of the so-called 'Barbizon School,' named after the village near the Forest of Fontainebleau where he spent much of his career.