The crypt of St Martins-in-the-Fields is our favourite place to eat. You get traditional English dishes in a healthier edition and always plenty so that you can go on for hours. Many concerts are held in the church, mostly baroque, and we were lucky to arrive at the last day of Easter to hear Handel’s Messiah. Around the corner is Charing […]
29th of August 2015 the façade and window of this famous radio shop was inaugurated as a museum site with changing exhibitions from the Danish resistance movement during WWII. The shop was in the western part of Central Copenhagen and that whole area became known for their united front against the German oppressors. The photo in the middle is from […]
A new initiative is seen in Russia as small metal signs are put at houses where victims were taken away to the Gulag camps and later perished. Following text from the B.B.C. article: The rectangular plaques are small and simple. Etched into the metal there is a name, date of birth and occupation: radio technician, journalist, student. Then come the […]
250 million year old salt from the underground of Mariager is handmade. The brine is poured into an iron pan warmed up un open fire. As the water evaporate salt crystals are coming forth filled with minerals.
"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....