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Tap water is drinkable in all Scandinavian countries. In Denmark you can purchase beer, wine and liquor in package stores, convenient shops and grocery stores. Norway has a strict alcohol policy, making alcoholic beverages very expensive.
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Henry Jackson failed as a professional football player, but then declared himself a Bishop and started preaching. As far as I can see, he has no theological training. However, he's down on the gays and that gives him a following in fundamentalist circles.
Yep, Denmark just seems to work. Design is minimal, politics is open, pedestrians and cyclists rule the streets and locals walk around looking tall and unfairly attractive. Come for the old-world charm, stay for the new-world outlook.
Hello, Denmark forum readers! My boyfriend and I are traveling to Scandinavia for 11 full days, not including the travel days to and from the USA. Our travel dates are June July 9.
By Terri Mapes. Summer is high season for travel to Scandinavia, so traveling to this region in the fall lets you take advantage of lower prices on flights and accommodations that are common at this time of year. It's an all-around ideal time to visit as long as you don't mind a bit of chill in the air now and then. Another bonus: The leaves are putting on their fall dress, and you'll catch highlights if you travel in the early part of October.
If you had to pick just one continent for gay travel, Europe has to be the number one answer. It has so much to offer including some of the most gay friendly, progressive and welcoming cities and countries in the world. Some countries in Europe, such as Spain and Sweden, go beyond simple acceptance or tolerance.
We are renting a car and hope to see a mix of countryside, small towns, coastline, historic sights, natural beauty, and "must-sees" in the area. We want to spend time outdoors, but with a small baby, we can't do intense hikes, canoe trips, etc. Also, we'd like to spend some time in a big city or two, but also want to drive out and get away from the crowds. I have three possible itineraries that I'm having trouble deciding on.