About me – Cecilie Moestue
Thanks for visiting my blog! This is a site where I write mostly about hotels and travel tips – both in Norway and abroad.
Here I collect and save good addresses – about where to shop, eat and stay.
I started blogging in 2008, because I am a fan of hotels. Especially hotels with a unique story or special features. You won´t find many chain hotels here, unless they have something interesting to show us.
I work as a freelance web journalist, currently writing for Redink.no, SOL.no and Historic hotels and restaurants in Norway (De Historiske hotell og spisesteder). You can read some of the articles below.
In 2013 I worked as a web journalist for the weekly magazine, Allers.no, at Aller Media Norge. I was responsible for the digital communication of the magazine – and started blog and Instagram profile. I was also responsible for the communication via the Facebook profile.
Before working at Allers – I worked 7 years as a web journalist at the Norwegian web portal SOL.no, writing food articles and researching and collecting the best web addresses on the net.
I am a researcher at heart – and I am always hunting for new links on the internet. Drop me a line if you have some hotels to recommend or other comments.
I also have an Instagram profile with travel tips: @unikesteder (#uniqueplaces #unikesteder)
My profile on LinkedIn: Cecilie Moestue
My work as a freelancer:
Article about how a Norwegian stylist dress the table for Easter: Stil og stemning med selvgjort påskepynt
Article about beef and steak: Slik steker du biff som en verdensmester
Blog articles from hotel visits, here are some examples, written in Norwegian. I recommend using Google Translate:
NITO – The Norwegian Society of Engineers and Technologists (the largest union for engineers and technologists in Norway with approximately 75 000 members).
Me in the press:
I was featured in an article on Expedia Norway´s blog: Hotell i særklasse: Cecilies guide til norske, historiske hoteller
Photo on top of page: Kenneth Sortland Myklebust, Kolonihagen.