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... it into a shopping centre. 21. HC Andersen stayed in the hotel as a boy. It is opposite is royal Danish theatre and he wanted to perform there. He wanted to join ballet for that and was told no. He then spoke to the manager of theatre and asked to act. Again he was told no. His last idea was to sing as apparently he had the voice of an angel. He got into the Danish boys choir until his voice broke. Performing at the theatre gave him a good education and he overcame his hate ...
... know is a
major goal that they have.
Our discussion yesterday was excellent.
Lots of topics covered and I’m excited to go deeper on a lot of them. One of
the things I felt was missing from the Jan Gehl discussion was the details
about what makes design “good” or “pragmatic” which were offered as solutions frequently.
These things are undoubtedly tied to local situations ...
... public domain shouldn't be used primarily to store private property it is everyone's right to have a place. He said there is one park that they designed for the "people who live in the streets" and it doesn't seem to have a negative stigma around it (as far as they expressed) in the way it would in my community. Not many people really want to face the homeless problem and would go to great length to ...
... the best coffee I have had since leaving NZ though - a collection of kitsch and memorabilia that combined to make a lively and fun place. Back to the bus for the airport..another one and after a short and uneventful flight we landed in Copenhagen. The metro in to the city and now a taxi - hard to find in city that has huge green taxes for vehicles inside the city limits - and finally we arrived, bone weary but happy to be in a lovely, cheerful warm ...
After a day of exploring the city, we are honored and delighted to have dinner with Lisbeth and her family in their home. What a wonderful evening! A UNESCO study reveals that the Danish people are the happiest people in the world. Even the family dog is happy!