tirsdag den 19. april 2016
Blomster og kirkegårde / Flowers and cemeteries
Dagen endte med at blive præget af en del kirkegårde, faktisk.
This Sunday, the day went buy getting the most out of the last bits of Copenhagen. Last year, I saw so many photos on facebook of the cherry-tree lined road on Bispebjerg Cemetery, and this year, I wanted to see them myself!
The day ended up with us visiting quite a few cemeteries, actually.
Der er altid spændende!
På vej videre kom vi forbi den jødiske kirkegård, der faktisk var åben. Så der måtte vi også ind!
Det var rigtig spændende - især, fordi de havde sat nogle små plader op til at fortælle, hvem der lå begravet og hvad de havde bedrevet.
First, we passed Assistens Cemetery and checked on Hans Christian Andersen, Søren Kierkegaard and a few more, like Tsarina Dagmars courtiers and French soldiers after the first world war.
That place is always so exciting!
Going on, we passed the Jewish cemetery, which happened to be open. So we had to see that as well!
It was really interesting - especially since they put up small plates telling what those buried there had accomplished.
Heldigvis var det hele turen værd!
Der var mange mennesker, men endnu flere blomster. En selfie var ligesom på sin plads.....
Finally, we arrived at Bispebjerg and walked all the way to the farthest corner to see the flowers.
Fortunately, it was worth it!
There were a lot of people, but even more flowers. A selfie was kind of needed.......
Nu er Morgana taget videre. Det var et rigtig hyggeligt besøg!
The rest of the day went by with the little mermaid and the "Kastel". We never got around to visiting a castle, but it was still very nice.
Now Morgana has traveled on. It was such a nice visit!