Friday, December 30, 2011
Today, Vlada and I took the train from Sorgenfri to Copenhagen in the morning. We arrived at the main train station, then visited the Danish Design Center (DDC). On the lower floor was an exhibit on Classic Danish Design, spanning the years from 1945 to the present.
In the afternoon we walked in Osters park had tea at a sweet small coffee place called Granola, not far from Fredericksburg. Later that afternoon Liz and the kids met us there and we headed to the Copenhagen Ice Bar.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Photos on this post from top to bottom: First two photos: Copenhagen old town on the morning of December 24 2011, ochre walls (walking back from Christiania), the canal at Nyhavn, the Admiral Hotel, a view from the round tower (Rundetaarn), facade of the Danish Design Center (DDC).
Monday, December 26, 2011
Greetings from beautiful Copenhagen! From top to bottom: Gabredetorv square in Copenhagen old town (Latin Quarter), a white house wall in Slotsholmen, a father and his children walking across the plaza at Amalienborg Slot, view of Christianshavn from the Slotsholmen island, Rosenborg Slot, the gardens at Rosenborg Slot, a street near Stroget, white bike in Nyhavn.
Sunday, November 27, 2011
Yesterday, two days after Thanksgiving, we first walked the dogs to the lake. After lunch, Vlada and I went for a walk in the snow. We started along the path along the house, had to cross a few streams in the woods behind the house and continued on a loop trail, following tracks left in the snow by people (hunters probably). We ended up on Lake Road and walked back home.
We then borrowed Katarina's car and went for a drive to Whitings Farm on Summer Road, where we strolled in the heated greenhouses admiring the beautiful poinsettias. We drove on to Wallmart where we picked up a few things. We then came home to make apple strudel with the last apples from the garden. We drank eggnog, watched the sunset and had dinner of Thanksgiving dinner leftovers.