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... which I know is a
major goal that they have.
Our discussion yesterday was excellent.
Lots of topics covered and I’m excited to go deeper on a lot of them. One of
the things I felt was missing from the Jan Gehl discussion was the details
about what makes design “good” or “pragmatic” which were offered as solutions frequently.
These things are undoubtedly tied to local situations ...
... the water traffic. By 4:30 it was time to head back to the hotel, get our new room keys (much improved room situation with 2 rooms) and meet our tour group for dinner. There are about 30 people on the tour and almost all of them are adults, and a number older adults. This surprised us a bit given this is a Disney tour. The enthusiasm of our 2 guides however, reminded us we are definitely part of a Disney tour. Dinner was a buffet with many excellent choices, some native Danish ...
Jack Kerouac said, "Des Moines, Iowa was home to the most beautiful girls in the world." The beatnik writer must have never been to Malmö, Sweden. Malmö is a very progressive city. The city itself is striving to be the most cycle friendly city in the world. We had the opportunity to meet with the company or city officials, I'm not sure which, who were in charge of the design of the West ...
... walk into a 2 1/2 hour walk in the rain! Seymour was a champ though. She was cold but still seemed to love the journey! On Wednesday we took the bikes to explore the streets of Copenhagen. It is such an easy way to get around as they have the best bike lane system fit with their own traffic lights. Most of the cyclists obey the road rules and everyone has to give way to the cyclists as there are so many. We cycled to Rosemborg castle and had some lunch in the area. The ...
... or doesn't use in the crossing. All the same, it's intuitive technology like this that will keep the human race alive, and which makes me proud that people can work together with nature to make a sustainable future. For all the sun, wind and water Australia has, we should be bypassing Denmark in energy efficiency, but alas, pig-headed politicians and pig-belted oil magnates make our attempts - and our global reputation - one I don't want to own. On Christmas Eve ...