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... have increased speed and created a debate on whether wider cycle paths are the best solution. It's interesting to see the law of induced demand applied to bicycles, where managing "too much of a good thing," becomes reality.
Bridges for peds and bikes without cars is also becoming more common, again further increasing cycling by making it easier to do so. The picture with the queued up bicycles is ...
... wedding cake.
The Tilvoli is a big attraction in the heart of Copenhagen, with fair ground rides, candies, an aquarium, shops and beautiful manicured gardens. You can’t miss it if you come to Denmark, its gorgeous.
Sally wanted to get a photo of The Little Mermaid for her mum, so we caught the Hop-on Hop-off bus round the city. It was raining at the time, so it was a good way to see Copenhagen dryly.
... diverse, with a large Kurdish community that was a product of a guest worker program during an economic boom in the 60s. Our AirBNB rental was in the hip Frederiksberg section of Copenhagen, close to the Metro and many bus-lines. Danish transit is efficient, clean, and easy to use. Compared to Brooklyn and New York, Copenhagen proved to be dynamic, but a little more relaxed, with local flavor. Old brick buildings ...
... on HR, Virtual Worlds, and Danish. Danish is going to be an interesting class...wow is Danish odd. The sounds and spellings will be a challenge...but I'm always up for one! Virtual Worlds is all about social media, which is cool. Gender P on HR will be a great class and the professor is awesome! I walked around a bit and took the nighttime photos. IT WAS COLD. I think I'm getting very good at making myself meals. Those pictures are on my phone and will follow soon.
A large car ferry came and docked but we were actually the smaller passenger ferry that pulled up beside. On boarding there was no passport control and nobody checked for IDs.