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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 ...
... their bicycles and moved into cars. Before long the oil crisis of the 1980s occurred and the concept of “Car Free Sundays” was implemented. During that time the people of Copenhagen picked up their bicycles and started to discover their city and nature again. From that time until now, they never looked at the cars in the same way!
The planners and architects we met with provided so much information ...
... school in the fall after experiencing the biking heaven that is Copenhagen. I will probably be disappointed with any infrastructure in place in Denver, and be rallying and campaigning often and loudly to create safer biking conditions around the US, but specifically in Denver. After the tour, we had an amazing dinner with the SCAN design, which I was unaware of the foundation that they sponsor. The dinner was phenomenal, I may never ...
... and Gretel, this year it was the Little Mermaid. The Little Mermaid piece was really beautiful. A small paper mache oil rig perched over top a huge stack of wood decorated with the giant Little Mermaid effigy and assorted paper mache sea life... Hundreds of people gathered around, drinking and talking. I munched on a giant loaf of bread I tied to my purse.
Just the rig was lit, and the crowd began singing ...
Fredericia was the first planned city in Denmark and was built for defense purposes in 1650. On rainy, cold Wednesday we ventured just far enough into town to find an Internet cafe and greet the many townsfolk who had come in native costume to welcome us (ours was only the second cruise ship ever to dock here). We then came back to the ship to wait out the weather, which never cleared. We docked in Copenhagen on sunny Thursday morning and, once again, took advantage of the "Hop ...