Hotel 9 Smaa Hjem
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... in Copenhagen. It has existed for almost 1000 years and used to link the country side with the market. It was the first road to be rebuilt after the great fire. 15. They have this word here in Denmark which is 'Hygge' - it roughly translates into cosy or relaxed. There is a sense of hygge in Denmark and it is labelled here. 16. Quite a few of the museums including the National Museum are free to get into. 17. The canals have very clean water as no big ships are allowed into ...
... flowing better.
Plans to do one or two other things were put on hold as our bus ticket is for 48 hours and we will get our skates on earlier tomorrow.
My first bike ride was interesting as I joined all the commuters going into the city in our own designated bike lanes and own traffic lights which went green before the traffic going in the same direction.
I am starting to understand why Pro cyclists from ...
... and that it
compliments the bikes so well, I often find myself the enemy of the bus at home
since I leapfrog it all the time, but here, they stayed patiently behind our
pack of clearly foreign cyclists. Their campaigns were also aggressive,
something I thought would have been put to rest once the infrastructure was in
place, but it was eye opening to see that this is done even in the greatest
cycling cities in the world. ...
Yesterday was a bit of a struggle with my body. When I woke up I was so sore and exhausted... Parts of me hurt that I wouldn't have thought would be affected by my fall. We visited Gehl Architects and it was lovely. I absolutely loved the set up of the office, so urban and sleek. It was like a MacBook in the shape of an office. They also had company bikes and the "parking lot" was just a courtyard full of ...
... this train was a lively 50 year old CEO of the local council and he kept us well informed of local issues and Norwegian problems. He had been to Queenstown on an exchange of councils and happily regaled a story of Warren Cooper, mayor getting so drunk on Norwegian schnapps that he had to sit down to deliver his welcome speech, he described also the sheeps head industry in Norway....food for thought? On to Bergen and armed with our friends advice ...