The Copenhagen Post reports that METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich and Danish actress Connie Nielsen (Photo#1, Photo#2) have shunned exotic beaches and glamorous locations to spend a six-week holiday in Copenhagen.
Ulrich and his movie star girlfriend have returned to their Danish roots for their summer holiday and are spending six weeks living at top Copenhagen hotel, Hotel D'Angleterre.
While most Danes spend the holidays in a small summerhouse by the sea, the couple have taken up residence in the 135-square-metre Royal Suite that comes at the bargain price of 25,200 kroner ($5,260) a day. This could set them back over one million kroner during their visit, and that does not include the round of drinks Ulrich bought for the entire Basement bar on Monday night.
B.T. newspaper reports that the couple are basing themselves in Copenhagen, while Ulrich and his band complete the European leg. The base will allow him to spend time with his family while touring, including his sons from his second marriage, Myles and Layne, and his son with Nielsen, Bryce Thadeus.
Read the entire article from The Copenhagen Post.
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