|19. juni 1969?
M/S PRINSESSE MARGRETHE.
Byggd 1968 av Cantieri Navali
del Torrino e Riuniti S.P.A.
Efter ombyggnad. 1100.
Efter ombyggnad. 698.
|20. juni 1969?
Jan Erik på Strøget i København
Københavns største indkøbsområde er centreret omkring
Strøget i hjertet af byen. Strøget er et Europas længste
gågader med et væld af butikker, fra budgetvenlige kæder
til nogle af verdens dyreste mærkevarebutikker.
Strækningen er 1,1 kilometer lang og går fra Rådhuspladsen
til Kongens Nytorv. Strøget er et kælenavn fra 1800-tallet og
dækker over gaderne Frederiksberggade, Nygade,
Vimmelskaftet og Østergade samt torvene Nytorv,
Gammeltorv og Amagertorv.
Tivoli Gardens amusement park in Copenhagen is a
must for all visitors to the city, young and old.
Tivoli is located just a few minutes walk from City Hall,
and with the Copenhagen Central Station as its nearest
neighbour it is very easy to get to.
Tivoli Gardens was founded in 1843 and has become
a national treasure and an international attraction.
Fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen visited many
times, as did Walt Disney and many other celebrities,
who all fell in love with the gardens.
|20. juni 1969?
||22. juni 1969
Grete og mor (Selma) på Rasthaus Hamburg
Overnatting hotel Post
Usikker på hvor.
Kufstein is a town in the Austrian state of Tyrol, the
administrative seat of Kufstein District. With a population
of about 18,400, it is the second largest Tyrolean town
after the state capital Innsbruck.
The greatest landmark is Kufstein Fortress, first
mentioned in the 13th century.
Kald cola ved Lago di Santa Croce
The Lago di Santa Croce is a semi-natural lake in the
province of Belluno, Veneto, northern Italy.
It is part of the communes of Alpago and Ponte nelle Alpi.
The lake is located at 386 metres (1,266 feet) ASL and
currently has an area of 7.2 square kilometres (2.8 sq mi),
with an average depth of 33 metres (108 feet).
It was originally naturally a smaller lake, but was
expanded with a dam during the 1930s.
Outlets of the lake include the Piave.
The area is quite a windy location and as such is a popular sailing, watersports and kitesurfing location.
The present stone bridge, a single span designed by
Antonio da Ponte, was finally completed in 1591.
It is similar to the wooden bridge it succeeded.
Two inclined ramps lead up to a central portico.
On either side of the portico, the covered ramps
carry rows of shops. The engineering of the bridge
was considered so audacious that architect Vincenzo Scamozzi predicted future ruin. The bridge has
defied its critics to become one of the architectural
icons of Venice.
The romantic city of Venice is located in the Veneto region
of Italy — one of the northernmost states.
This ancient and historically important city was originally
built on 100 small islands in the Adriatic Sea.
Instead or roads, Venice relies on a series of waterways and
One of the most famous areas of the city is the world-renowned
Grand Canal thoroughfare, which was a major centre of the Renaissance. Another unmistakable area is the central square
in Venice, called the Piazza San Marco.
This is where you’ll find a range of Byzantine mosaics,
the Campanile bell and, of course, the stunning
St. Mark’s Basilica. (2.3.2020)
The enclosed bridge is made of white limestone, has windows
with stone bars, and passes over the Rio di Palazzo and
connects the New Prison (Prigioni Nuove) to the
interrogation rooms in the Doge's Palace. It was designed by
Antonio Contino (whose uncle Antonio da Ponte had
designed the Rialto Bridge) and was built in 1600.
The view from the Bridge of Sighs was the last view of Venice
that convicts saw before their imprisonment. The bridge's
name, given by Lord Byron as a translation from the Italian
"Ponte dei sospiri" in the 19th century,
comes from the suggestion that prisoners would sigh at their
final view of beautiful Venice through the window before
being taken down to their cells.
In reality, the days of inquisitions and summary executions
were over by the time the bridge was built,
and the cells under the palace roof were occupied mostly
by small-time criminals. In addition, little
could be seen from inside the bridge due to the stone grills
covering the windows.
A masterpiece of Gothic architecture, the Doge’s Palace is
an impressive structure composed of layers of building
elements and ornamentation, from its 14th and 15th
century original foundations to the significant
Renaissance and opulent Mannerist adjunctions.
The structure is made up of three large blocks,
incorporating previous constructions.
The wing towards the St. Mark’s Basin is the oldest,
rebuilt from 1340 onwards.
The wing towards St. Mark’s Square was built in its present
form from 1424 onwards. The canal-side wing, housing the
Doge’s apartments and many government offices, dates from
the Renaissance and was built between 1483 and 1565.
Marcuskirken og Marcusplassen
Relikviene etter evangelisten Markus ble brakt til Venezia
fra Alexandria 828. Kirken ble grunnlagt 1063 for å gi
plass til skrinet som rommet relikviene. To tidligere kirker
på samme sted er bygd inn i kirken, som stod ferdig 1094.
Den er en korskirke med kupler over korsmidten og
Utformingen er sterkt preget av Venezias forbindelser
med det bysantinske riket. Bl.a. var Apostelkirken i
Konstantinopel bygd etter samme skjema. Det er antatt at
både arkitekt og håndverkere har kommet fra Bysants.
Marcuskirken sett fra Klokketårnet
Selve kirkebygningen fikk liten innflytelse på den videre
utvikling i italiensk arkitektur. Større innflytelse fikk de b
ysantinske mosaikker som preger kirkens interiør.
Videre arbeider med kirken strakte seg frem til barokken,
noe som gjør det vanskelig å karakterisere dens stilpreg.
Ikke minst skyldes formingen av kirkens fasade mot
Markusplassen at den også blir regnet som et hovedverk
i italiensk gotikk.
Marco Basilica, Italian Basilica di
English Saint Mark’s Basilica, church in Venice that
was begun in its original form in 829 (consecrated in 832)
as an ecclesiastical structure to house and honour the
remains of St. Mark that had been brought from Alexandria.
thereupon replaced St. Theodore as the patron saint
of Venice, and his attribute of a winged lion later became the
official symbol of the Venetian Republic. San Marco Basilica,
built beside the Palazzo Ducale, or Doges’ Palace, also served
as the doge’s chapel. It did not become the cathedral church
of Venice until 1807. (2.3.2020)
Mauro Codussi tegnet klokketårnet øverst mot kirken som
sto ferdig i 1499. Øverst ser vi to maurere som slår på en kjempeklokke.
Under der er Marcusløven på bakgrunn av blått og stjerner.
Under der sitter Maria med barnet på en liten balkong,
over et astronomisk ur. Og aller nederst finner vi porten
som fører til Rialto.
Venice Lido (Lido di Venezia) is an island, usually just
referred to as 'the Lido'. It is the narrow strip of land
which separates the central part of the Venetian lagoon
from the Adriatic Sea.
Once just a natural barrier, the Lido is now Venice's seaside.
It's also the origin of the word 'lido' as used in the
English-speaking world to describe bathing establishments.
It was developed as a seaside resort at the beginning of the
twentieth century, and has been popular for beach holidays
Clock Tower in Venice is
an early Renaissance building
on the north side of the Piazza San Marco, at the entrance to
the Merceria. It comprises a tower, which contains the clock,
and lower buildings on each side. It adjoins the eastern end
of the Procuratie Vecchie. Both the tower and the clock date
from the last decade of the 15th century, though the mechanism
of the clock has subsequently been much altered. It was placed
where the clock would be visible from the waters of the lagoon
and give notice to everyone of the wealth and glory of Venice.
The lower two floors of the tower make a monumental archway
into the main street of the city, the Merceria, which linked the
political and religious centre (the Piazza) with the commercial
and financial centre (the Rialto). Today it is one of the 11
venues managed by the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia.
San Marco (Italian
pronunciation: [ˈpjattsa sam
ˈmarko]; Venetian: Piasa San Marco), often
known in English
as St Mark's Square, is the principal public square of Venice,
Italy, where it is generally known just as la Piazza
("the Square"). All other urban spaces in the city
(except the Piazzetta and the Piazzale Roma) are called campi ("fields"). The Piazzetta ("little Piazza/Square")
is an extension of the Piazza towards San Marco basin in its
south east corner (see plan). The two spaces together form the
social, religious and political centre of Venice and are
commonly considered together. This article relates to both of
A remark usually attributed (though
without proof) to
Loppemarked i Venezia
Etter Titos død i 1980 økte de etniske spenningene innenfor
Jugoslavias grenser. Problemene mellom republikkene kom
fram til overflaten etter å ha blitt undertrykt av Tito i mange år.
Den nye grunnloven fra 1974 skapte mer kaos enn orden med
tanke på avgjørelser som skulle tas, og konfliktene mellom
republikkene ble uforsonlige. Ikke en eneste avgjørelse som
kunne lettet på problemene ble tatt. Den konstitusjonelle krisen
som ubønnhørlig fulgte var til fordel for Slovenia og Kroatia og
deres sterkere krav om løsere bånd innen føderasjonen.
Den økonomiske krisen som oppstod på samme tid forverret
Jan Erik og Grete utenfor Hotel Imperial
Smart Selection Hotel Imperial Opatija embodies the city's
early days as a tourist destination. Built in 1885, this historic
Croatian property was originally named after Stephanie, a
Belgian princess by birth who later became Crown Princess
As the second hotel built on the Adriatic Sea, the Imperial is
constructed in Art Nouveau architectural style of the
Secession period. Its beauty has stood the test of time.
Opatija (pronounced [ɔpǎtija]; German: Sankt Jakobi; Italian: Abbazia; Hungarian: Abbázia) is a town in
western Croatia, just southwest of Rijeka on the Adriatic coast.
As of 2011, the town had 11,659 inhabitants in total, of which
6,657 lived in the urban settlement.
Croatia’s third-largest city, Rijeka is a bustling blend of
gritty 20th-century port and Italianate Habsburg grandeur.
Most people speed through en route to the islands or
Dalmatia, but those who pause will discover charm,
culture, good nightlife, intriguing festivals and Croatia’s
most colourful carnival.
På besøk hos en kunstmaler i Rijeka
|26. juni 1969
Lovran is a town located on the eastern rough slopes of the
Ucka mountain. This is a town with a long and rich past
with a long tourism tradition. It is a typically Mediterranean
town with narrow streets and houses built one next to
The town was named after the laurel tree that grows in the
town and its surroundings. Lovran has preserved its historic
core, built according the medievan urban conception.
In the past, the old town was encircled in walls on the
foundation of which houses were gradually built.
|27. juni 1969?
|27. juni 1969?
Postojna Cave (Slovene: Postojnska jama; German:
Adelsberger Grotte; Italian: Grotte di Postumia)
is a 24,340 m long karst cave
system near Postojna, southwestern Slovenia.
|27. juni 1969?
It is the second-longest cave system in the country
(following the Migovec System) as well as one of its
top tourism sites.
The caves were created by the Pivka River.
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|28. juni 1969
Senj - a tourist resort and port in the Velebit channel.
The town of Senj is located on the edge of a wooded slope
at the foot of the Velebit mountain bare rocks, from which
a strong wind called Bura blows in the winter. This region
was used to cross from the inland to the coastal area since
|28. juni 1969
Hotel Bellevue, Plitvice
|28. juni 1969
The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
|28. juni 1969
||28. juni 1969
Jan Erik og reiselederen på turen ror en tur på en av
sjøen i Plitvice Nasjonal Park.
|The beauty of
the National Park lies in its sixteen lakes,
inter-connected by a series of waterfalls, and set in deep
woodland populated by deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare
bird species. The National Park covers a total area of
300 square kilometres, whilst the lakes join together
over a distance of eight kilometres.
Vienna’s history dates back to the first post-Christian century
when the Romans established the military camp Vindobona.
Today’s cityscape is characterised by the abundance of
baroque buildings created mostly under the rule of Empress
Maria Theresia and Emperor Franz Joseph who was largely responsible for the monumental architecture round the
a former parade ground that was a notorious site of
executions during the Nazi years, and the "Bretteldorf"
Alfred Auer, Director of Vienna's Parks and Gardens at
the time, was commissioned to design the park.
He developed a many sided park area with special exhibition
and theme gardens typical of a garden festival, including a
rose garden, a lily garden, a nation´s garden, a Paracelsus
herb garden, and a moorland garden.
The park's landmark is the 250 meters tall Danube Tower,
which offers a 360 degree view over the entire city.
Today many of the features of the garden festival have been
dismantled or adapted for other uses, such as a giant chess
board, skatepark and a petting zoo.
The park has become a favourite for all ages.
Adgang til tårnet via utvendig trapp.
Ikke noe for dem med høydeskrekk.
remaining parts of St. Stephen’s (the
Giant Gate and the Towers of the Heathens) date back to the
13th century when Vienna was growing in importance and significantly expanding its city limits. Duke Rudolph IV of
Habsburg, in 1359, laid the cornerstone of the Gothic nave
with its two aisles. From then on, it took over two hundred
years for the building to reach its present shape:
prominent feature of the Cathedral is the Gothic
South Tower, which was completed in 1433.
The unfinished North Tower was capped with a makeshift
Renaissance spire in 1579. During the 18th century,
the cathedral was decorated with Baroque altarpieces - the
panel of the main altar shows the stoning of its namesake
St. Stephen, the first martyr of Christendom.
Besøk på en Heuriger Restaurant
Pariserhjulet i Prater
(German pronunciation: [ˈhɔʏʁɪɡɐ];
dialect pronunciation: Heiriga) is the name given to a
tavern in Eastern Austria, where a local winemaker serves
his new wine under a special licence in alternate months
during the growing season. The Heurige are renowned for
their atmosphere of Gemütlichkeit shared among a throng
enjoying young wine, simple food, and - in some places -
They correspond to the Straußwirtschaften in the
German Rheinland. Both have a bush of pine twigs
hanging at the entrance when they are open.
The Prater was once imperial hunting ground and only
accessible for the aristocracy, until the Austrian Emperor
Josef II donated the area to the Viennese in 1766 as a
public leisure center.
And since Emperor also allowed the establishment of
restaurants and snack bars – small wonder that it didn’t
take long until the precursors of today’s Wurstelprater
appeared on the edge of the former aristocratic hunting
grounds. Innkeepers, coffee brewers, and gingerbread
bakers (Lebzelter) hung out their shingles; seesaws and
merry-go-rounds as well as bowling alleys were not far
The history of Schönbrunn and the buildings that previously
stood on this site dates back to the Middle Ages. From the
beginning of the fourteenth century, the estate as a whole
bore the name of Katterburg and belonged to the manor of
the abbey at Klosterneuburg.
The estate boasted a corn-mill together with an arable
farm and vineyards. Over the following centuries numerous
lessees are documented, including a reference in 1548 to
one Hermann Bayer, mayor of Vienna, who extended the
property, transforming it into a substantial country estate.
| The first
construction phase from 1743 to 1749 was
carried out in close collaboration with Nikolaus Pacassi,
whose practical skills led to him taking a leading role in
the project, and eventually to his appointment as court
architect in 1749.
Work commenced on the imperial apartments in the East
Wing with audience rooms and residential suites for Maria
Theresa and Franz Stephan, which were ready for
occupation by 1746. The coronation of Franz Stephan of
Lorraine as Roman-German Emperor in Frankfurt in
October 1745 probably provided additional impetus to
appoint what had become the imperial summer residence
with particular magnificence.
|2. juli 1969
En ekstra stopp på grunn av feil med bussen
|2. juli 1969
Siste overnatting ble på hotel Stadt Hamburg.