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... outlines for trees. One horse had just fouled and frolicked in the paddock just across from our cottage. Bas watched it kicking up its heals at 4am one morning. Like uk the evening were long and light. Gregg's new house will have pleasant views over the countryside and sky which is missing in their present home. I would be totally frustrated by Danish rules and ...
... interesting. I like modern art because a lot of times you look at it and many skeptics say it isn't art, but if you look for a deeper meaning it really is. Especially with the teenager exhibit, there was a few strange pieces, but still you see art processes developing here. You also may not think a fish in a blender is not art, but the meaning of freedom and our choices and consequence made it be. The fish by the way spends only one shift a week where ...
... Danish paintings and some of the finest (French) impressionists (Gauguin, Monet, Manet, Pissaro and more - just saying...). Plus, a great palm house to sit in after a long walk. It's almost 3.30 by the time I'm done, so I opt for the RADHUSPLADSEN and the RADHUS. Only on the place in front of the city hall there is a familiar Inka band - and the city hall closes at 4 instead of 5. So that has to wait. Since I have almost an ...
... to brave the cold and wind and head to the northern tip of the city to see the symbol of Copenhagen- the Little Mermaid statue. It was indeed a chilly walk along the waterfront- that Nordic air bites you right through the earmuffs- but truly we couldn't have asked for a prettier day to photograph the statue. However, upon seeing the Little Mermaid, two random observations popped into my head: 1) They don't call her The "Little" Mermaid for nothing (the statue ...
They had everything written in Danish but not in English (some of it), and (I get this, it is part of their history)…they only covered traditional circus. It was interesting, but not what I was looking for today.
I went to the administration then, to ask them to put in English. The guy was very good, and said 'I’m sorry this is not what you’re looking for". Followed by "maybe this is” and handed me a bit of paper.