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... One cheap can of Tuborg wasn't gonna have much of an effect but it was funny looking back. Gladsaxe was about 66,000 people with much less density than Copenhagen. It definitely looked like a suburb just in spacing of buildings and set backs. However, it was different than American suburbs because it had bike infrastructure everywhere. Ideas about bikes- locks, baskets and utilitarianism. Ethnic bike shops... In the U.S. It appears that there is an ...
... United States. I firmly believe that many U.S. cities and towns would benefit both socially and economically from a multi-modal transportation overhaul that balances out our automobile-centric roads with complete streets that are considerate of all potential users. If Denmark and the Netherlands represent some of Europe’s most advanced cycling communities, then I’m looking forward to learning from the best. ...
... warm blankets provided by forward-thinking establishments. The Danish have a word for this sense of coziness, called hygge. I think I have found my people, as there is a magic to this, fittingly enough for the people who gave us Hans Christian Andersen. And so to sleep, perchance to dream, with nothing rotten in the state of Denmark. We were in Europe, a surreal feeling, and ready to tackle the ...
... Christmas market cuisine, making for a lot more food options.
Did I go on any rides here? Sadly, no...it was just too cold, and imagining how the air felt at the top of the coaster's big hill made me shiver. For amusement park lovers, I'm sure this place is a lot of fun in the summer months. In winter, it's simply the site of one of the finest Christmas markets I've seen...George Bailey would rate this a 5 out of 5!
... interesting church along the way and the city's main shopping street running parallel to the main road.
The next train to Malmo was in about half an hour at 4.12 so I had time to get a chicken nugget pita for 49K ($8). Pricing was on par with Denmark and not at ...