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... it started to drizzle rain and continued for our entire time there. Tivoli is an entertainment center built over 150 years ago, and has gardens, an amusement park, and many restaurants. We met a Tivoli guide who walked us through the park and talked about its history. He explained how Walt Disney first visited the park and was inspired to develop Disney Land based on many of the things he saw at Tivoli and some of the works of Hans Christian Andersen. ...
... reported one (less than 80 per year reported).
The planners and interns at the City planning department took us through a history of Copenhagen's transformation from choked car city to cycling mecca in a few presentations. I was largely aware of the fact that CPH had at one time resembled other auto-oriented cities, but I really appreciated the scope of this transformation a lot more after experiencing a ...
... in the history of the world: the molten lava filled the gorges through which the Skaftá and Hverfisfljót rivers flowed, and swept down in two branches into inhabited areas, to spread over the lowlands where it laid waste to many farms. The eruption produced large quantities of volcanic ash. For residents of the region, and Iceland as ...
... placing their coats, handbags, briefcases etc into the security scanning trays. We had to put the laptop in a separate tray and it took ages to come through. When it eventually did, and the security lady asked who it belonged to, I shouted; MINE perhaps too loudly because just as I went into the grab it, she pulled the tray away again and said;
'Your laptop has been selected for a random scanning test!!’
I swear she did it out of sheer ...
... ruins. Aside from some bricks there was really nothing to see. It doesn't compare with the catacombs in Budapest or other Palace ruins. There were however displays of the history of the Palace and earlier Palace fires which led to building expansions.