Hotel Rye

Address: Ryesgade 115, Copenhagen, Zealand, 2100, Denmark | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Copenhagen

    Sum Of Parts: Consistency

    A travel blog entry by btollison on Jun 28, 2015

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    ... like anything with wheels, you have to put the vehicles somewhere when they're not in use. You can usually find exterior walls of buildings covered with parked bicycles. Norreport Station has a massive area for bike storage, but it's not enough for the demand. You'll see metal frames with two wheels all around the station area and for many blocks surrounding it. Although it's a good problem to have, I suppose.

    The Torso.

    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 25, 2015

    ... of food waste to fuel via sink disposals and vacuum tech
    -Neighborhood design inspired by Barcelona's meandering alleys
    -Water drainage aided by raised ground, concrete gutters, and rooftop gardens
    -Unintentional creation of Place on the waterfront
    -Buffering winds via tall apartment buildings
    -25 meter limits on similar architecture
    -Carshare infrastructure

    The development still seemed a bit empty when we were visiting, and our ...

    Jan Gehl

    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 23, 2015

    ... streetscape with brownstones, corner liquor stores, and chain link fences. My high school was a huge fortress of a place on top of a hill... we had more than 2000 students. There were 3 tracks of education: Standard, Honors, and GT/AP. Standard = mostly black, Honors = mixed, AP = white. white. white. In our class of 500+ students, there was ONE black person in the GT/AP tracked classes. This is something I had the privilege of being blind to when I was growing up ...

    The Day of Scan Design and Fancy Meals

    A travel blog entry by sydney.herbst on Jun 23, 2015

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    Day 4:

    This morning we met with Scan Design and heard a fabulous presentation from Eva and an intern. It was fascinating to hear about the history of cycling in Denmark and how it came to be. They also covered a lot of the infrastructure aspects of the cycle tracks and other factors that make it work as a complete system. I almost wish that we had started our time here with that presentation because it really helped in my understanding of the cycling rules and the cycle ...

    Bike Lane Mecca

    A travel blog entry by heathermurphy7 on Jun 17, 2015

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    ... at 2 am and thinking it must be morning, since it was light out! The next 2 days I wandered on foot, taking in the sights of the city more slowly, while trying to watch the bikers and learn the rules of the road over here so I would not become a bicycle pancake when I attempted the navigate the bikeways alone. Today was my first day on a bike, and despite the rain and chilly weather, I have never had more fun. The ...