The D-Day and Bayeux

    For my whole life, I have been very grateful for the superhuman and brave deed of the invasion troops at the Normandy’s coast 6 June 1944, a joint action by the Allied Forces to stop Hitler’s atrocities against Jews and his occupations of many countries during WWII.   In April 2009 my husband and I took part in a historical military tour. […]

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A Sign in the Sky

Driving in my hometown, I suddenly saw an impressive sight in the blue sky. Two jet planes were about to cross each others’ condensation trails in the air. They were so far away that I could only see the long columns of smoke. I think that’s a rare sight here in Denmark, but I was glad because I immediately thought of the Air […]

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John Barkers and Whole Foods

This time at my visit to London we stayed at a hotel in High Street Kensington just opposite the Kensington Gardens. On our walk to the tube station of the same name as the street I was struck by the beauty of a huge Art-Deco building. The name Barkers was printed high on top and some of the floors is now […]

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The Joys of the Free Museems in London

And some special exhibitions spring 2016   Staying at the attractive Kensington as a tourist it’s easy to take a bus to Knightsbridge and from there walk to the Victoria & Albert Museum also called the V&A. It’s huge so priorities have to be made or more than one visit is also a possibility. This time I went to see […]

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Warmth & the Quality of Light

Today I went to a WWI war memorial in Aarhus. It’s in Jutland Denmark. I have seen the place at other occasions as it’s situated at a very beautiful green area just beneath one of our Queen Margrethe’s  palaces. The sun was shining brightly on a blue sky and the sandstone got a warm shade from this kind of fresh spring weather. Young […]

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