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... our contact to get us, the students (and faculty!) were assembling Legos in the lobby. There was a Lego mat on the wall. The students put PSU and PLET, as well as their names, on the mat.
Our contact came in and gave us a presentation and some videos on how Lego got its start. I always assumed it was Mr. Lego that named the company! Nope, Logo is a play on the Danish phrase "leg godt." It means play well. The company has been committed to quality from the very beginning. ...
... hammocks hiding in the corner of the room where we spent the rest of the time just being lazy and sleeping!
In the centre of the vibrant city lies the Christianborg Palace the former home to the Danish Royal family. Residents until 1794 when they moved to Amalienborg Palace where Queen Margrethe II and her family lives. The architecture of not only this building but most of the structures in the city centre are picturesque and nice to look at.
... my laughter at how ridiculously big the ice cream was. You get that feeling when you know everyone is watching you and judging you for the obscene quantity of ice cream you are holding. We had to sit for 15mins to eat it down to a manageable size. Afterwards we walked down to the harbour then went to the supermarket to get final supplies for tonight and stocks of the Denmark-only sweets that could be found there. When we returned home we rested ...
... cold which left me in a haze at my connection in Barcelona. Luckily my first destination I had friends to greet me and take care of me.
When I arrived in Denmark, my friend’s husband was there to meet me and take me to their place. As I walked through the airport, the familiar places kept popping out at me, but the one that left the biggest pang was Starbucks. How I longed for a hot cup of coffee from what I knew so well. I love my café ...
... Saxon gods. The Pagan ways made their way into English life and Christianity faded from almost all places but far flung places like Iona.
Christianity was reintroduced by St. Augustine in 604 ad. The earliest Saxon churches in London are seen from about that time. In the crypt of All Hallows by the Tower there are foundations of a Saxon church as well as Roman pavements. John Quincy Adams was ...
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