"They have something out here called spring"!
Today I ran across a fellow blogger’s extraordinary blog the LoneSwimmer on our common blogging course Blogging 201 and my thoughts went back to the year 1937 in Denmark. My mother was fourteen years old and admired greatly the five-year older swimming star Jenny Kammersgaard. My mother followed the radio report on a special long distance swim from Griben on Zealand to Grenaa […]
On the 13th of July I always think about the many lovely birthdays that my mother had. She always arranged and cooked everything herself....
Finding a treasure in St. Paul´s Cathedral
Sometimes you are only recognized for a good deed many years after your death. Thomas Coram who spent 20 years fighting for a "Foundling Hospital" was removed from the board ten years before his death.
I wrote about how my grandparents met as a result of a contact ad in a Newspaper in 1919. The post is called Serially Lost- Part Three. I would like to show you a little more about this fountain. It has changed its appearance over time, but it is still there today It was created by the cooperation of two famous […]
Peaceful photos from the WWII in Copenhagen Denmark
We lost our liberty 75 years ago when the Nazis invaded Denmark. Only mainly young unknown ordinary people stood up to make resistance and saved a little of our lost honor.
When you can't afford to travel with your family you can invite tourists instead to your home and occasionally get friends for the rest of your life.
Tivoli is one of my favorite places in Copenhagen. Old fashioned and still things are renewed like the opening hours at Christmas time. I am sure many tourists treasure this place in the centre of Copenhagen.