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Revised and updated 2/13/14
Somewhere I remember a song in a movie entitled "Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen" sung by a native of the city. It came to mind just now and sounded good for the Subject Line for our email to you. Copenhagen IS wonderful and we'll have time to explore the city tomorrow. (The movie, by the …
Revised and Updated (see below)
Wow, I just don't know where to begin! Today (Thursday) was a very exhausting and exhilarating day that was jam-packed and marvelous. While it rained when we started out, it soon cleared off and we had a sunny day with the temperature hitting in the upper 60s. A highlight was spending …
... from King Christian's era (there were a number of them) that have been well maintained and have a lovely architectural style. Denmark is very proud of its environment with organic vegetables, pristine water (drinking and waterways - even a large swimming pool built into the river that uses river water) energy generation and conservation (large number of wind generators in the harbour). Amazingly with such pristine environment and outstanding architecture that the ...
... Brussels Airport on our way to Ghent. My husband, Juan with a very serious face said "clearly not, there are two men pushing it from behind." So for the next two hours as we slowly jugged past town after town the fable only grew of what was outside.....maybe there was a zebra trotting just outside in the cold Belgian night....or maybe there some other wonderful thing just hiding behind the corner waiting to be discovered.
... up for what was sure to be a busy two weeks.
We arrived at the Central Station around 10:30, and traveled to the outskirts to stay with Eva and Paul (see "Berlin: A City of Distinct Character(s)"). We slept a lot that night, and woke to rainy weather, making our decision to stay indoors and rest that day all the easier.
That evening, we headed back to my old ...