Spotted at Papirøen: Art can be confusing, I suppose.
During my travels in Europe week before last, I spent a couple days in Copenhagen, which is one of my favorite cities. I’ve not been back there in a few
I spent a lot of time noticing courtyards when I was in Aarhus. In the courtyard of the hotel The old city is full of buildings that have little passages,
I’m at the Hotel Guldsmeden, a cool old-fashioned hotel with lots of twisty, curvy passages that all look alike– kind of like that old computer game. > Pictures to come;
(7:40 a.m., local time) Actually, I’m just leaving Kastrup airport, and heading into the city, thence on to Aarhus. But I am, in fact, in another country, on another continent.
So this is my evening in Aarhus. It’s a beautiful city. If I was single, I’d move here.
I got off the train, found a map of the city, and saw that I could get to the hotel by walking up a pedestrian street. It didn’t look like a bad walk, and I figured I could use the exercise.
Let’s see, can I find the pedestrian street? Where could it be? Hmmm…..
I had the strangest experience in Customs: I had no experience. I took my bags, headed to the exit, saw where I thought Customs was… and then I was suddenly