tirsdag den 7. juli 2015
Weekend i Københaven / A Copenhagen weekend
Fredag var der Jamie Collum i Tivoli. En vildt god koncert! Normalt varer de lidt over en time, men han blev ved i 2 timer. Uden at miste så meget som en dråbe energi!
It certainly was an extraordinary weekend. Not just the heat, but also the fact that I actually had an entire weekend with nothing to do apart what I felt like. No visitors.......
Friday night, Jamie Collum played in Tivoli. An amazingly good concert! Usually, they last a little more than one hour, but he kept going for 2 hours. Without loosing even a drop of energy!
Jeg mødte også dette orkester. Der er jo jazz festival i København lige nu, og det er svært at undgå, selv om jazz ikke lige er min yndlingsmusik. Men festligt var det!
On Sunday, I stayed in the center of town after church. It was actually too hot to stay outside (and the sun was very strung!), but I did stay outside long enough to eat a wonderful icecream.
I also met this orchestra. Copenhagen has the jazz festival going on right now, and it's hard to avoid, although jazz is not my favorite kind of music. But it was a happy bunch of people!
På vejen dertil kom jeg forbi en flok vanter. De allerfleste var strikkede, mens den der ligger forrest var nålebundet.
De var interessante, men altså ikke så pæne som dem i Estland.
(Iøvrigt - lørdag skete der ikke noget særligt spændende. Det var bare varmt!)
Then I slipped indoors at the National Museum to see the exhibition about the white buses that picked up Danes and Norwegians from the German concentration camps by the end of the second world war. It was a really interesting exhibition and very well presented. They had eyewitness stories from doctors and nurses, and just the thought of taking care of a bunch of patients this terribly ill........ Without antibiotics and under less than acceptable circumstances. Would I have joined them myself?
On the way there, I passed a bunch of mittens. Most were knitted, but the front one was made by "nålebinding".
They were interesting, but not as pretty as the ones in Estonia.
(By the way - nothing interesting happened on Saturday. It was just very hot!)