Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center
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The airport is the main hub out of three used by Scandinavian Airlines and is also an operating base for Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and Norwegian Air Shuttle. Copenhagen ...
... base, the new old opera house, and Copenhagen's most famous statue - the Little Mermaid.
We jumped ship at Nyhavn (Newport), one of the most visited districts in the city and home to its most fashionable restaurants. From there we explored the inner city on foot, listened to the many buskers, and tried Sicilian pignolo (macaroons) at the street market. We stopped for dinner at a cafe on one ...
... 9:00pm and we just came back from our evening of frolicking to the city and back. It was drizzling a bit but not cold so we put on rain jackets and had a good time. There was a concert at the city town hall and they were singing Abba songs that sounded quite good, we saw a group of singers in beautiful costumes on stage, upon further investigation we noticed they were Drag Queens. We left….
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... in we had a room. Yippee. It is so nice not having to wait around hours to check-in at 4. A quick feshen up and we set out to begin our exploration of Copenhagen. A block from our hotel we walked along the water heading for Nyhavn. It is the area ...
... br> Though NNC does draw upon some of the teachings of Nueva Cocina (in fact, Noma's head chef Rene Redzepi once worked at El Bulli), the food is more about the use of local Nordic ingredients and traditional, perhaps even nearly-forgotten techniques, and enhancing them with modern techniques and international influences. In a way, the culinary World has come full circle, with a return to a simpler, yet still technically intensive, style of cuisine.