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... The trade-off being that vehicle traffic is slower, with shorter light cycles optimized for cyclists and low curbs to ease transitions between movements for peds and bicycles.
In many ways, the basic concept of how we design roads in the U.S. has been applied to how Copenhagen designs for bicycles. There are signals for bikes, turn pockets, wider sections for more throughput. Naturally the ...
... Finn and Peter.
Des and I, Harmony and Sally, have had a couple of fun filled dinners with Sara and her family where we laughed and laughed and felt right at home. It was so good to catch up with our not-so-little-any-more Danish daughter Sara.
On Des’s golf day, I caught the bus from Dragor to Copenhagen to meet up with Harmony and Sally for the day. Sara was doing wedding stuff and Mia was ...
... Coors when coming to America, or Budweiser, but it’s just one of those things one must do. As we descended to København Airport, flying over water and flat green earth flecked with the shadows of clouds, I saw what my brain told me my eyes couldn’t be seeing – a bridge that apparently stopped in the middle of the water. This was the Øresund bridge tunnel, connecting Denmark to Sweden. Denmark ...
... some dinner and went to the grocery store with Jordan - bought a ton of my favorite things for under $25. YES! And, I might go out soon!
Got my bike! and cellphone figured out! My core course is amazing - the prof is fantastic and we will be meditating a lot.
Classes started today - had just my core course. Then, I roamed around and did reading for tomorrow. [Took the daylight photos today]
Friday! I had ...
... which I'd visited in 2003 and plan to return to at some point.
I had to wait for the 2.30 ferry. It seems to run hourly even though its just a 15 min crossing. Ticket was 30K ($6) and there was a duty free shop for this international crossing.