Baywatch out for Pamela Anderson
You only need to watch Pamela Anderson running in slow motion on a beach wearing her tight red swimsuit to understand why Baywatch became one of the most watched TV shows of all time.
Finally a restaurant that does justice to Nyhavn's...
As an American who has lived in Copenhagen for nearly five years, I no longer feel like a tourist here.
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Teen Clubs Box 45, Gladsaxe in Denmark on 7 September 1968, at 7.30 pm, followed by a second show at the Brndby Pop Club in Copenhagen.
Hawkeye group travels abroad to study agriculture in Denmark
Hawkeye Community College's Global Agriculture Learning Center is dedicated to educating and bringing agriculturists together from around the world.
Free of the daily slog, they ate like hogs and slept like logs
A summer city break is all well and good, but after a few days of sightseeing and heavy traffic, I always find myself longing for some peace and tranquility.
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New Scandinavian design for the 21st century
Scandinavia's latest crop of furniture designers is seeking to forge a new identity beyond mid-century modernism.
Stunning waterfronts could inspire Royal Pier development
But stunning vistas from Sydney to South Africa and Copenhagen to Canada could inspire Southampton 's own A 450million Royal Pier development.
Copenhagen: What to See and What to Skip
On paper, Copenhagen sounds too good to be true. For years now the Danish capital has been heralded for its design-consciousness, trumpeted as the globe's most sustainable and bike-friendly city, venerated as a culinary destination that houses the best restaurant in the world, and held up as home to the world's happiest people.
Why Did Copenhagen's Biking Rate Surge in One Year?
But for years the bike commuting rate has remained roughly steady at just over a third of trips.
Late deals: Last minute bargains on cruises, long and short haul sunshine, camping and UK breaks
Southampton sailing - 10nt round trip to Amsterdam, St Peter Port, Vigo, Lisbon, Bilbao, and Le Havre on MSC Opera.
No end in sight for Copenhagen hotel boom
Despite the number of hotel rooms in Copenhagen doubling since the turn of the century, experts believe the development will continue Increased tourism and more cruise ships, events and conferences coupled with an improving economy means that the hotel industry in the Danish capital is enjoying something of a renaissance.