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Day 23: Copenhagen 

Today was a travel day! We flew from Krakow to Copenhagen and got to our immense, beautiful, modern apartment (which we are sharing with the owner) at 3:30pm. 419 more words


King Riff the Third appointed Bishop Anastasia Toom

Anastasia Toom (14 September 1605 – 5 August 1675) served as the Healer Bishop of the see of Queens in New York. Her main influence has been on modern knowledge of Old Norse literature. 286 more words

Chill-out in Copenhagen

Well into the season of Advent,  the Christmas queues grows longer, the seasonal activities with friends, colleagues and yuletide shopping intensifies. Finding a public space in Copenhagen where one can take a time-out from the tinsel, can be a challenge. 214 more words


You Learn Something New Everyday. Especially When You Have To Go To Class.

Labor Day Weekend has come and gone, and we all know what that means — summer’s officially over. Ok, so technically my summer has been “over” for a few weeks now, but I wouldn’t really consider touring and exploring as part of my “back to school” regimen. 473 more words

Weekly Posts

Here's to Libraries, Number Ten!

Located in the heart of Spain, the Royal Library of the Monastery of El Escorial is a stunning architectural wonder (as well as a World Heritage site designation).  92 more words



Only a few weeks ago Delpher.nl was brought under my attention. It is a new search engine which searches all books, newspapers (from the seventeenth century on) and magazines stored in the Royal Dutch Library. 17 more words


Where the old joins the new: The Black Diamond --> Idea: Travelling

Denmark’s libraries are one of the landmarks a tourist should see: cozy, fully equipped and a meeting point for all ages.

This one, featuring in this post, the… 301 more words