Saturday, January 7, 2012

  Velkommen til Randers

De toppede brosten, gamle bindingsværkshuse, snævre stræder og gader, asymmetriske torve er atmosfærefyldte rammer for det moderne byliv.
Naturen kiler sig ind i byen og giver mulighed for en afslappende stund. Museer, gallerier og kunsthåndværkere er en væsentlig del af bybilledet. De små afstande gør det let at få et oplevelsesrigt ophold i Randers. 

 The Editors are planning a visit to Kate's exchange students' home towns to see Pernille in Denmark, Simone in Switzerland and Horis (Miley) in France sometime in the future.  Time to dig out the passports, dust off the guide books and start saving pennies. 

Kate is looking forward to seeing the mermaid in the Copenhagen harbor, the bears in Bern's Square and revisiting the Musee d'Orsay in Paris.  Spence is looking forward to enjoying a Danish pastry, Swiss Miss Instant Cocoa and French Fries.

1 comment:

Fred Mangels said...

You better learn the lyrics to Danny Kaye's old song then so you can sing it as you approach Copenhagen. That should raise some eyebrows. Here's the beginning:

Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen
Friendly old girl of a town
'Neath her tavern light
On this merry night
Let us clink and drink one down
To wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen
Salty old queen of the sea
Once I sailed away
But I'm home today
Singing Copenhagen, wonderful, wonderful
Copenhagen for me