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                    [description] => VIVIEN LEIGH Barcelona (Spain), Apr 30 (EFE) .- Personal objects and photographs of the English actress Vivien Leigh, star of “Gone With The Wind”, and which belong to a Spanish octogenarian who was a fan of the artist, will be auctioned next May 26 at the Setdart house. Setdart will auction 73 lots belonging to ... Read more
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Barcelona (Spain), Apr 30 (EFE) .- Personal objects and photographs of the English actress Vivien Leigh, star of “Gone With The Wind”, and which belong to a Spanish octogenarian who was a fan of the artist, will be auctioned next May 26 at the Setdart house.

Setdart will auction 73 lots belonging to the collection of Elvira Clara Bonet, a resident of Barcelona, ??who is now 80 years old and who maintained a friendly relationship with the actress, with whom she had a cross correspondence when she was amazed by her performances.

As reported by the auction house, this epistolary of Vivien Leigh addressed to Elvira Clara Bonet between 1957 and 1967 is part of lot 35250813 and includes 44 original letters and envelopes, as well as photographs, and has an initial price of 1,000 euros ( $ 1,200).

The relationship between Leigh and Elvira Clara Bonet was so close that the actress referred to her as “my Spanish friend” and in addition to visiting her twice in London, she attended the funeral of the protagonist of “A Streetcar Named Desire” in 1967 for family wish.

At the auction you can buy personal items such as the gold and silver cigarette case that the actress always wore; an Italian sanguine on paper from the 17th century, some gloves, a silver coffee mug with her name on it, a menu booklet with the initials VL, an alligator bag, a little stamp box with the address of the house of the actress engraved on the front, luxury shoes or a Bohemian crystal perfumer.

One of the most expensive pieces, with a bid price of 3,000 euros, which could exceed 7,000 euros, is Vivien Leigh’s personal diary from 1967, the date of the actress’s death due to tuberculosis, in whose pages she recalled the birthdays and phone numbers of her closest contacts: George Cukor, actress Rachel Kempson, mother of Vanessa Redgrave; his secretary Rose Mary; your dressmaker or different journalists.

The first page contains the actress’s London address (54 Eaton Square, London SW1, England), the address where she died on July 7, 1967, as recorded by Elvira Clara Bonet in the diary itself, and among the Noteworthy birthdays include Laurence Olivier’s (May 22), his mother’s (December 5) or his maid Domitila (May 7).

In the lots there are also props from her participation in films, such as a parasol belonging to the filming of “Gone With The Wind”, glasses used by the actress in her last film, “Ship Of Fools” (1965), or a pocket square that he used in “A Yank at Oxford” (1938), the first of Leigh’s films to emerge in the United States.

All the objects were given to Elvira by the actress, her family, her heirs or by her last maid, the Spanish Domitila Martínez, who sent her personal photographs of Leigh.

These photos include some taken at the Hotel Playa Santa Ana in Torremolinos, Malaga (east), during the stay of Vivien Leigh and her husband Laurence Olivier in Spain at Christmas 1957, as well as other unpublished from the wedding trip in 1940 in those that appear both naked bathing in the sea or taking a selfie.

The last Vivien Leigh memorabilia and documents auction, which took place at Sotheby’s London in 2017, raised about $ 3 million with objects such as the oil painting ?Study of Roses,? a work that its author, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill gave the actress a gift and it was sold for $ 860,000, six times more than expected.

A gold ring with the inscription “Laurence Olivier Vivien Eternally” also exceeded expectations, which fetched $ 50,000, despite an estimated price of between $ 538 and $ 800.

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Objects of the actress Vivien Leigh that she gave to a Spanish friend are auctioned

) [summary] => VIVIEN LEIGH Barcelona (Spain), Apr 30 (EFE) .- Personal objects and photographs of the English actress Vivien Leigh, star of “Gone With The Wind”, and which belong to a Spanish octogenarian who was a fan of the artist, will be auctioned next May 26 at the Setdart house. Setdart will auction 73 lots belonging to ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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Barcelona (Spain), Apr 30 (EFE) .- Personal objects and photographs of the English actress Vivien Leigh, star of “Gone With The Wind”, and which belong to a Spanish octogenarian who was a fan of the artist, will be auctioned next May 26 at the Setdart house.

Setdart will auction 73 lots belonging to the collection of Elvira Clara Bonet, a resident of Barcelona, ??who is now 80 years old and who maintained a friendly relationship with the actress, with whom she had a cross correspondence when she was amazed by her performances.

As reported by the auction house, this epistolary of Vivien Leigh addressed to Elvira Clara Bonet between 1957 and 1967 is part of lot 35250813 and includes 44 original letters and envelopes, as well as photographs, and has an initial price of 1,000 euros ( $ 1,200).

The relationship between Leigh and Elvira Clara Bonet was so close that the actress referred to her as “my Spanish friend” and in addition to visiting her twice in London, she attended the funeral of the protagonist of “A Streetcar Named Desire” in 1967 for family wish.

At the auction you can buy personal items such as the gold and silver cigarette case that the actress always wore; an Italian sanguine on paper from the 17th century, some gloves, a silver coffee mug with her name on it, a menu booklet with the initials VL, an alligator bag, a little stamp box with the address of the house of the actress engraved on the front, luxury shoes or a Bohemian crystal perfumer.

One of the most expensive pieces, with a bid price of 3,000 euros, which could exceed 7,000 euros, is Vivien Leigh’s personal diary from 1967, the date of the actress’s death due to tuberculosis, in whose pages she recalled the birthdays and phone numbers of her closest contacts: George Cukor, actress Rachel Kempson, mother of Vanessa Redgrave; his secretary Rose Mary; your dressmaker or different journalists.

The first page contains the actress’s London address (54 Eaton Square, London SW1, England), the address where she died on July 7, 1967, as recorded by Elvira Clara Bonet in the diary itself, and among the Noteworthy birthdays include Laurence Olivier’s (May 22), his mother’s (December 5) or his maid Domitila (May 7).

In the lots there are also props from her participation in films, such as a parasol belonging to the filming of “Gone With The Wind”, glasses used by the actress in her last film, “Ship Of Fools” (1965), or a pocket square that he used in “A Yank at Oxford” (1938), the first of Leigh’s films to emerge in the United States.

All the objects were given to Elvira by the actress, her family, her heirs or by her last maid, the Spanish Domitila Martínez, who sent her personal photographs of Leigh.

These photos include some taken at the Hotel Playa Santa Ana in Torremolinos, Malaga (east), during the stay of Vivien Leigh and her husband Laurence Olivier in Spain at Christmas 1957, as well as other unpublished from the wedding trip in 1940 in those that appear both naked bathing in the sea or taking a selfie.

The last Vivien Leigh memorabilia and documents auction, which took place at Sotheby’s London in 2017, raised about $ 3 million with objects such as the oil painting ?Study of Roses,? a work that its author, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill gave the actress a gift and it was sold for $ 860,000, six times more than expected.

A gold ring with the inscription “Laurence Olivier Vivien Eternally” also exceeded expectations, which fetched $ 50,000, despite an estimated price of between $ 538 and $ 800.

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Objects of the actress Vivien Leigh that she gave to a Spanish friend are auctioned

[date_timestamp] => 1635198129 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Brain activation in sleeping toddlers shows memory for words [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/brain-activation-in-sleeping-toddlers-shows-memory-for-words/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:27:37 +0000 [category] => Health And Scienceactivationbrainmemorysleepingtoddlers [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=1336 [description] => Journal Reference: Elliott Gray Johnson, Lindsey Mooney, Katharine Graf Estes, Christine Wu Nordahl, Simona Ghetti. Activation for newly learned words in left medial-temporal lobe during toddlers? sleep is associated with memory for words. Current Biology, 2021 DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2021.09.058 ?We can now leverage sleep to look at basic mechanisms of learning new words,? said Simona Ghetti, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Elliott Gray Johnson, Lindsey Mooney, Katharine Graf Estes, Christine Wu Nordahl, Simona Ghetti. Activation for newly learned words in left medial-temporal lobe during toddlers? sleep is associated with memory for words. Current Biology, 2021 DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2021.09.058

?We can now leverage sleep to look at basic mechanisms of learning new words,? said Simona Ghetti, professor at the Center for Mind and Brain and UC Davis Department of Psychology.

At two to three years old, children enter a unique age in memory development, Ghetti said. But young children are challenging to study, and they especially dislike being in a functional MRI scanner.

?The scariest things to small children are darkness and loud noises, and that?s what it?s like during an MRI scan,? Ghetti said.

Ghetti?s team had previously found that if children fell asleep in a scanner while it wasn?t working, they could later start the scan and see brain activation in response to songs the children had heard earlier.

In the new study, they looked at how toddlers retained memories of words.

Graduate student Elliott Johnson and Ghetti created a series of made-up, but realistic sounding words as names for a series of objects and puppets. In the first session, two-year-olds were introduced to two objects and two puppets, then tested on their memory of the names after a few minutes. A week later, they returned and were tested on whether they remembered the names of the objects and puppets. Soon after the second test, they slept overnight in an MRI scanner. The researchers played back the words the children had learned, as well as other words, as they slept.

Activation of the hippocampus in learning

The researchers found activation of the hippocampus and the anterior medial temporal lobe when the sleeping children were played words they had previously learned. This activation correlated with how well they had performed when they initially learned the words a week earlier.

?This suggests that the hippocampus is particularly important for laying down the initial memory for words,? Ghetti said. ?This compares quite well with findings from older children and adults, where the hippocampus is associated with learning and with recalling recent memories? Johnson added.

Although young children are rapidly forming memories of new words, they are also losing a lot of memories. When we form a memory, it includes the context: where, when, what else was going on. But if we just learned the name of an object, we don?t need to remember the context to use the word again. That extra detail can go.

It?s not clear how children remember some things, such as names, while losing the rest. Ghetti suspects that overlapping learning experiences interfere with each other and cancel out the unneeded details. Future research will focus on the memory processes that support these changes.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this awesome material

Brain activation in sleeping toddlers shows memory for words

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Elliott Gray Johnson, Lindsey Mooney, Katharine Graf Estes, Christine Wu Nordahl, Simona Ghetti. Activation for newly learned words in left medial-temporal lobe during toddlers? sleep is associated with memory for words. Current Biology, 2021 DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2021.09.058 ?We can now leverage sleep to look at basic mechanisms of learning new words,? said Simona Ghetti, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Elliott Gray Johnson, Lindsey Mooney, Katharine Graf Estes, Christine Wu Nordahl, Simona Ghetti. Activation for newly learned words in left medial-temporal lobe during toddlers? sleep is associated with memory for words. Current Biology, 2021 DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2021.09.058

?We can now leverage sleep to look at basic mechanisms of learning new words,? said Simona Ghetti, professor at the Center for Mind and Brain and UC Davis Department of Psychology.

At two to three years old, children enter a unique age in memory development, Ghetti said. But young children are challenging to study, and they especially dislike being in a functional MRI scanner.

?The scariest things to small children are darkness and loud noises, and that?s what it?s like during an MRI scan,? Ghetti said.

Ghetti?s team had previously found that if children fell asleep in a scanner while it wasn?t working, they could later start the scan and see brain activation in response to songs the children had heard earlier.

In the new study, they looked at how toddlers retained memories of words.

Graduate student Elliott Johnson and Ghetti created a series of made-up, but realistic sounding words as names for a series of objects and puppets. In the first session, two-year-olds were introduced to two objects and two puppets, then tested on their memory of the names after a few minutes. A week later, they returned and were tested on whether they remembered the names of the objects and puppets. Soon after the second test, they slept overnight in an MRI scanner. The researchers played back the words the children had learned, as well as other words, as they slept.

Activation of the hippocampus in learning

The researchers found activation of the hippocampus and the anterior medial temporal lobe when the sleeping children were played words they had previously learned. This activation correlated with how well they had performed when they initially learned the words a week earlier.

?This suggests that the hippocampus is particularly important for laying down the initial memory for words,? Ghetti said. ?This compares quite well with findings from older children and adults, where the hippocampus is associated with learning and with recalling recent memories? Johnson added.

Although young children are rapidly forming memories of new words, they are also losing a lot of memories. When we form a memory, it includes the context: where, when, what else was going on. But if we just learned the name of an object, we don?t need to remember the context to use the word again. That extra detail can go.

It?s not clear how children remember some things, such as names, while losing the rest. Ghetti suspects that overlapping learning experiences interfere with each other and cancel out the unneeded details. Future research will focus on the memory processes that support these changes.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this awesome material

Brain activation in sleeping toddlers shows memory for words

[date_timestamp] => 1635197257 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => A1 at Bad Oldesloe free again after a long period of closure [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/a1-at-bad-oldesloe-free-again-after-a-long-period-of-closure/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:21:51 +0000 [category] => MagazinebadclosureOldesloeperiod [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=1333 [description] => Status: 25.10.2021 10:15 p.m. After a serious accident with a truck, the A1 between Bad Oldesloe and the Bargteheide junction was reopened in both directions on Monday evening. Because dangerous goods had leaked and a damaged bridge pier had to be examined, the highway was completely closed for hours. There were long traffic jams. Shortly ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Status: 25.10.2021 10:15 p.m.

After a serious accident with a truck, the A1 between Bad Oldesloe and the Bargteheide junction was reopened in both directions on Monday evening. Because dangerous goods had leaked and a damaged bridge pier had to be examined, the highway was completely closed for hours. There were long traffic jams.

Shortly before 5 a.m. on Monday morning, a truck driver had apparently lost control of his tanker and hit the central guardrail under a bridge. The force was so strong that the truck broke through the crash barrier. The truck that was carrying formic acid overturned in the accident. For the rescue work, the A1 between Bad Oldesloe and the Bargteheide junction had to be completely closed in both directions for a long time. As the police control center south in Lübeck confirmed in the evening, traffic has been flowing again in the direction of Hamburg and Lübeck since 9:40 p.m.

AUDIO: Reporter on site: traffic jam after full closure of the A1 near Bad Oldesloe (1 min)

19 tons of dangerous goods pumped out

The traffic jam dragged on for hours on the diversions U2 and the U12 towards Hamburg and at the Bargteheide junction towards Lübeck. According to the control center, there were debris on the roadways in both directions. A structural engineer examined a damaged bridge pier. According to the police, 19 tons of liquid were pumped out of the tank trailer.

Toxic formic acid on the road

A drone image of an accident site under a motorway bridge.  © Hansi Kahts Photo: Hansi Kahts

As a result of the accident, debris was lying on the roadways in both directions. The traffic jammed for kilometers.

Formic acid had leaked from the truck trailer – the fire-fighting train for dangerous goods was approaching. According to the control center, the acid is poisonous. According to Olaf Klaus, community armed forces leader in Bad Oldesloe, a particular challenge was that no specialist companies could be reached who could pump out the acid. That is why the Arubis plant fire brigade came from Hamburg and the Dow plant fire brigade from Lower Saxony. The head of the operation explained that the liquid could then be pumped into a tanker from the company involved in the accident. In order to be able to continue the rescue work without interruption, further emergency services had to be alerted. In the meantime, 100 helpers were on site.

The truck driver was quickly rescued from his cab after the accident. He was taken to hospital injured. You can find out how things are currently on the roads in the north at any time in our NDR traffic studio.


VIDEO: Formic acid leaked on A1 after a truck accident (1 min)

What is formic acid?

Formic acid is a colorless, caustic and water-soluble liquid. Artificially produced formic acid is used in the chemical, textile and leather industries as well as in electronics production. It is also used in disinfectants. Until 1998 it was approved as a food additive in the EU.
Direct contact with the acid or concentrated vapors is irritating to the respiratory tract and eyes. At concentrations above ten percent, skin contact leads to severe burns and blisters. The decomposition of formic acid can produce the breath poison carbon monoxide. Containers in which the acid is stored or transported must be closed with what is known as a pressure equalization screw connection, since the gases formed during decomposition can generate overpressure.
Formic acid is widespread in nature. It is used by many plant and animal species as a component of poison mixtures for defense and attack purposes.
Those: Wikipedia

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A fire brigade on the A1

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A dangerous goods transporter had an accident and poisonous formic acid leaked. Reporter Hannah Bird reports. 2 min

View of the flowing traffic from a motorway bridge © picture-alliance / dpa / Ronald Wittek Photo: Ronald Wittek

Traffic jams, construction sites, hazard warnings and obstructions on the roads – the current traffic situation in Schleswig-Holstein.
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The ambulance service lifts a man onto a stretcher.  many people are confused.  Some take photos and film with their cell phones.  © NDR.de Photo: Jürgen Jenauer

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A1 at Bad Oldesloe free again after a long period of closure

) [summary] => Status: 25.10.2021 10:15 p.m. After a serious accident with a truck, the A1 between Bad Oldesloe and the Bargteheide junction was reopened in both directions on Monday evening. Because dangerous goods had leaked and a damaged bridge pier had to be examined, the highway was completely closed for hours. There were long traffic jams. Shortly ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Status: 25.10.2021 10:15 p.m.

After a serious accident with a truck, the A1 between Bad Oldesloe and the Bargteheide junction was reopened in both directions on Monday evening. Because dangerous goods had leaked and a damaged bridge pier had to be examined, the highway was completely closed for hours. There were long traffic jams.

Shortly before 5 a.m. on Monday morning, a truck driver had apparently lost control of his tanker and hit the central guardrail under a bridge. The force was so strong that the truck broke through the crash barrier. The truck that was carrying formic acid overturned in the accident. For the rescue work, the A1 between Bad Oldesloe and the Bargteheide junction had to be completely closed in both directions for a long time. As the police control center south in Lübeck confirmed in the evening, traffic has been flowing again in the direction of Hamburg and Lübeck since 9:40 p.m.

AUDIO: Reporter on site: traffic jam after full closure of the A1 near Bad Oldesloe (1 min)

19 tons of dangerous goods pumped out

The traffic jam dragged on for hours on the diversions U2 and the U12 towards Hamburg and at the Bargteheide junction towards Lübeck. According to the control center, there were debris on the roadways in both directions. A structural engineer examined a damaged bridge pier. According to the police, 19 tons of liquid were pumped out of the tank trailer.

Toxic formic acid on the road

A drone image of an accident site under a motorway bridge.  © Hansi Kahts Photo: Hansi Kahts

As a result of the accident, debris was lying on the roadways in both directions. The traffic jammed for kilometers.

Formic acid had leaked from the truck trailer – the fire-fighting train for dangerous goods was approaching. According to the control center, the acid is poisonous. According to Olaf Klaus, community armed forces leader in Bad Oldesloe, a particular challenge was that no specialist companies could be reached who could pump out the acid. That is why the Arubis plant fire brigade came from Hamburg and the Dow plant fire brigade from Lower Saxony. The head of the operation explained that the liquid could then be pumped into a tanker from the company involved in the accident. In order to be able to continue the rescue work without interruption, further emergency services had to be alerted. In the meantime, 100 helpers were on site.

The truck driver was quickly rescued from his cab after the accident. He was taken to hospital injured. You can find out how things are currently on the roads in the north at any time in our NDR traffic studio.


VIDEO: Formic acid leaked on A1 after a truck accident (1 min)

What is formic acid?

Formic acid is a colorless, caustic and water-soluble liquid. Artificially produced formic acid is used in the chemical, textile and leather industries as well as in electronics production. It is also used in disinfectants. Until 1998 it was approved as a food additive in the EU.
Direct contact with the acid or concentrated vapors is irritating to the respiratory tract and eyes. At concentrations above ten percent, skin contact leads to severe burns and blisters. The decomposition of formic acid can produce the breath poison carbon monoxide. Containers in which the acid is stored or transported must be closed with what is known as a pressure equalization screw connection, since the gases formed during decomposition can generate overpressure.
Formic acid is widespread in nature. It is used by many plant and animal species as a component of poison mixtures for defense and attack purposes.
Those: Wikipedia

additional Information

A fire brigade on the A1

2 Min

A dangerous goods transporter had an accident and poisonous formic acid leaked. Reporter Hannah Bird reports. 2 min

View of the flowing traffic from a motorway bridge © picture-alliance / dpa / Ronald Wittek Photo: Ronald Wittek

Traffic jams, construction sites, hazard warnings and obstructions on the roads – the current traffic situation in Schleswig-Holstein.
more

The ambulance service lifts a man onto a stretcher.  many people are confused.  Some take photos and film with their cell phones.  © NDR.de Photo: Jürgen Jenauer

The fire brigade and emergency doctors are always on standby in the event of an accident somewhere in the north. How do the rescuers go about it? All information in the picture gallery. Picture gallery

This topic in the program:

NDR 1 Welle Nord | News for Schleswig-Holstein | 10/25/2021 | 8:00 p.m.

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A1 at Bad Oldesloe free again after a long period of closure

[date_timestamp] => 1635196911 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Hiking in the Gastern Valley: easy circular hike Selden ? Kanderfirn [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/hiking-in-the-gastern-valley-easy-circular-hike-selden-kanderfirn/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Moonlky ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:14:58 +0000 [category] => MagazinecirculareasyGasternhikehikingKanderfirnSeldenValley [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=1330 [description] => The Gastern Valley near Kandersteg is a worthwhile destination for everyone who simply wants to ventilate their heads on a beautiful late summer or autumn weekend. The hiking opportunities are diverse, not designed for vertical meters per se and, above all, in this natural high valley, the path is effectively the destination for once. At ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Gastern Valley near Kandersteg is a worthwhile destination for everyone who simply wants to ventilate their heads on a beautiful late summer or autumn weekend. The hiking opportunities are diverse, not designed for vertical meters per se and, above all, in this natural high valley, the path is effectively the destination for once. At least with our tour suggestion, which we picked out in mid-August with a view to the uncertain weather forecast. The proximity to the Valais benefited us – to our surprise, perfect hiking weather awaited us in the Gastern Valley.

Here you can go directly to the hiking map and the key data of the tour

Starting point Selden

The high valley, southeast of Kandersteg, stretches around ten kilometers from the narrow Chluse Gorge to the Kanderfirn, where the Kander rises. Before in the 18th century the Gemmipass as a simpler connection between the Bernese Oberland and Wallis was created, the Gastern Valley was an important part of the route to the Lötschental. Today stages 2 and 3 of the Lötschberg panorama trail over these old mule tracks to the Lauchernalp. The stage stop between the second and third stage – Selden – is also an ideal starting point for almost unlimited circular hikes through the rear third of the Gastern Valley.

Anyone who tackles the route over the Lötschenpass in Selden crosses the Kander and follows the Leitibach steeply uphill. Instead, we keep to the right side of the river and follow the signposted hiking trail through the wooded slope edge for around 60 meters uphill to the Heimritz mountain inn. The Kander is a constant acoustic companion. Here and there the river bed of the wild mountain stream squints through the thicket.

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this short article for this amazing material

Hiking in the Gastern Valley: easy circular hike Selden – Kanderfirn

) [summary] => The Gastern Valley near Kandersteg is a worthwhile destination for everyone who simply wants to ventilate their heads on a beautiful late summer or autumn weekend. The hiking opportunities are diverse, not designed for vertical meters per se and, above all, in this natural high valley, the path is effectively the destination for once. At ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The Gastern Valley near Kandersteg is a worthwhile destination for everyone who simply wants to ventilate their heads on a beautiful late summer or autumn weekend. The hiking opportunities are diverse, not designed for vertical meters per se and, above all, in this natural high valley, the path is effectively the destination for once. At least with our tour suggestion, which we picked out in mid-August with a view to the uncertain weather forecast. The proximity to the Valais benefited us – to our surprise, perfect hiking weather awaited us in the Gastern Valley.

Here you can go directly to the hiking map and the key data of the tour

Starting point Selden

The high valley, southeast of Kandersteg, stretches around ten kilometers from the narrow Chluse Gorge to the Kanderfirn, where the Kander rises. Before in the 18th century the Gemmipass as a simpler connection between the Bernese Oberland and Wallis was created, the Gastern Valley was an important part of the route to the Lötschental. Today stages 2 and 3 of the Lötschberg panorama trail over these old mule tracks to the Lauchernalp. The stage stop between the second and third stage – Selden – is also an ideal starting point for almost unlimited circular hikes through the rear third of the Gastern Valley.

Anyone who tackles the route over the Lötschenpass in Selden crosses the Kander and follows the Leitibach steeply uphill. Instead, we keep to the right side of the river and follow the signposted hiking trail through the wooded slope edge for around 60 meters uphill to the Heimritz mountain inn. The Kander is a constant acoustic companion. Here and there the river bed of the wild mountain stream squints through the thicket.

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this short article for this amazing material

Hiking in the Gastern Valley: easy circular hike Selden – Kanderfirn

[date_timestamp] => 1635196498 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Vivien Leigh?s collection of personal objects up for auction ? EFE Comunica [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/vivien-leighs-collection-of-personal-objects-up-for-auction-efe-comunica/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 20:52:12 +0000 [category] => CelebrityauctionCollectionComunicaEFELeighsobjectspersonalVivien [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=1327 [description] => A careful selection of personal belongings and attrezzi that accompanied Vivien Leigh throughout his life he meets in the tender that next May 26 will take place at the Setdart auction house, through its web portal www.setdart.com. The collection made up of around fifty objects, offers the opportunity to bring the public the most intimate ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

A careful selection of personal belongings and attrezzi that accompanied Vivien Leigh throughout his life he meets in the tender that next May 26 will take place at the Setdart auction house, through its web portal www.setdart.com.

The collection made up of around fifty objects, offers the opportunity to bring the public the most intimate dimension of this exceptional actress and woman. It is undeniable that the fame of Vivien Leigh, interpreter of the indomitable Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind, reached all corners of the planet. It is not surprising that the then fifteen-year-old Elvira Clara Bonet, immediately fell in love with the actress after seeing the premiere of the film in her native Barcelona. It is unusual, that guided by great perseverance and devotion, managed to correspond with the star for over a decade, culminating in two personal encounters at his London residence.

After the death of Vivien Leigh, her last romantic partner John Merivale invites Clara Elvira Bonet to attend the funeral, along with close friends like Michael Redgrave and Alec Guinness. As a result of the relationship that Elvira Clara Bonet establishes with Vivien Leigh’s relatives after her death, and in attention to the love and devotion he feels for her, she is presented with countless personal belongings of great sentimental importance.

Setdart is honored to auction off this unique collection in which they are intimate souvenirs such as the gold and silver cigarette case that he always carried, an 18th century Italian sanguine on paper, as well as emblematic props: a parasol belonging to the filming of Gone with the Wind, or glasses used by Vivien Leigh in her last film The Ship of Fools, from 1965. The correspondence addressed not only to Vivien Leigh but also to his co-star Olivia de Havilland, sheds light on the actresses’ hectic lives, as well as the closeness they shared with their fans at the time.

Among the jewels in the collection stands out the diary that Vivien Leigh used the year of her death in 1967, with annotations in blue ink of her own hand such as’ Mom’s birthday ‘or’ Dinner with Bill ‘, as well as entries that allow you to reconstruct the details of the actress’ daily life in her senior year. The English house Sotheby’s auctioned a similar lot in 2017: the diary used by Leigh between 1937 and 1939, auctioned for £ 15,000.

Another undoubted “highlight” of the auction, testimony to the torrid romance with the great British star of the moment Laurence Olivier, is a small series of unpublished photographs in which you can see them swimming naked.

The resounding success of gone With the Wind, one of the highest grossing films in history, catapults Vivien Leigh to fame and enshrines her as one of the most important icons in West End film and stage history. Vivien Leigh’s charismatic personality, dramatic personal story, and fascinating historical moment in which she unfolds continue to intrigue generations of fans and collectors to this day.

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) [summary] => A careful selection of personal belongings and attrezzi that accompanied Vivien Leigh throughout his life he meets in the tender that next May 26 will take place at the Setdart auction house, through its web portal www.setdart.com. The collection made up of around fifty objects, offers the opportunity to bring the public the most intimate ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A careful selection of personal belongings and attrezzi that accompanied Vivien Leigh throughout his life he meets in the tender that next May 26 will take place at the Setdart auction house, through its web portal www.setdart.com.

The collection made up of around fifty objects, offers the opportunity to bring the public the most intimate dimension of this exceptional actress and woman. It is undeniable that the fame of Vivien Leigh, interpreter of the indomitable Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind, reached all corners of the planet. It is not surprising that the then fifteen-year-old Elvira Clara Bonet, immediately fell in love with the actress after seeing the premiere of the film in her native Barcelona. It is unusual, that guided by great perseverance and devotion, managed to correspond with the star for over a decade, culminating in two personal encounters at his London residence.

After the death of Vivien Leigh, her last romantic partner John Merivale invites Clara Elvira Bonet to attend the funeral, along with close friends like Michael Redgrave and Alec Guinness. As a result of the relationship that Elvira Clara Bonet establishes with Vivien Leigh’s relatives after her death, and in attention to the love and devotion he feels for her, she is presented with countless personal belongings of great sentimental importance.

Setdart is honored to auction off this unique collection in which they are intimate souvenirs such as the gold and silver cigarette case that he always carried, an 18th century Italian sanguine on paper, as well as emblematic props: a parasol belonging to the filming of Gone with the Wind, or glasses used by Vivien Leigh in her last film The Ship of Fools, from 1965. The correspondence addressed not only to Vivien Leigh but also to his co-star Olivia de Havilland, sheds light on the actresses’ hectic lives, as well as the closeness they shared with their fans at the time.

Among the jewels in the collection stands out the diary that Vivien Leigh used the year of her death in 1967, with annotations in blue ink of her own hand such as’ Mom’s birthday ‘or’ Dinner with Bill ‘, as well as entries that allow you to reconstruct the details of the actress’ daily life in her senior year. The English house Sotheby’s auctioned a similar lot in 2017: the diary used by Leigh between 1937 and 1939, auctioned for £ 15,000.

Another undoubted “highlight” of the auction, testimony to the torrid romance with the great British star of the moment Laurence Olivier, is a small series of unpublished photographs in which you can see them swimming naked.

The resounding success of gone With the Wind, one of the highest grossing films in history, catapults Vivien Leigh to fame and enshrines her as one of the most important icons in West End film and stage history. Vivien Leigh’s charismatic personality, dramatic personal story, and fascinating historical moment in which she unfolds continue to intrigue generations of fans and collectors to this day.

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Nombre contacto: Andrea Domenech
Teléfono de contacto: 932463241

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Vivien Leigh’s collection of personal objects up for auction – EFE Comunica

[date_timestamp] => 1635195132 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Many US adults worry about facial image data in healthcare settings [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/many-us-adults-worry-about-facial-image-data-in-healthcare-settings/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 20:10:35 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceadultsDatafacialhealthcareimagesettingsworry [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=1325 [description] => Journal Reference: Sara H. Katsanis, Peter Claes, Megan Doerr, Robert Cook-Deegan, Jessica D. Tenenbaum, Barbara J. Evans, Myoung Keun Lee, Joel Anderton, Seth M. Weinberg, Jennifer K. Wagner. A survey of U.S. public perspectives on facial recognition technology and facial imaging data practices in health and research contexts. PLOS ONE, 2021; 16 (10): e0257923 DOI: ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Sara H. Katsanis, Peter Claes, Megan Doerr, Robert Cook-Deegan, Jessica D. Tenenbaum, Barbara J. Evans, Myoung Keun Lee, Joel Anderton, Seth M. Weinberg, Jennifer K. Wagner. A survey of U.S. public perspectives on facial recognition technology and facial imaging data practices in health and research contexts. PLOS ONE, 2021; 16 (10): e0257923 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0257923

Through surveying over 4,000 US adults, researchers found that a significant proportion of respondents considered the use of facial image data in healthcare across eight varying scenarios as unacceptable (15-25 percent). Taken with those that responded as unsure of whether the uses were acceptable, roughly 30-50 percent of respondents indicated some degree of concern for uses of facial recognition technologies in healthcare scenarios. Whereas using facial image data in some cases ? such as to avoid medical errors, for diagnosis and screening, or for security ? was acceptable to the majority, more than half of respondents did not accept or were uncertain about healthcare providers using this data to monitor patients? emotions or symptoms, or for health research.

In the biomedical research setting, most respondents were equally worried about the use of medical records, DNA data and facial image data in a study.

While respondents were a diverse group in terms of age, geographic region, gender, racial and ethnic background, educational attainment, household income, and political views, their perspectives on these issues did not differ by demographics. Findings were published in the journal PLOS ONE.

?Our results show that a large segment of the public perceives a potential privacy threat when it comes to using facial image data in healthcare,? said lead author Sara Katsanis, who heads the Genetics and Justice Laboratory at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children?s Hospital of Chicago and is a Research Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. ?To ensure public trust, we need to consider greater protections for personal information in healthcare settings, whether it relates to medical records, DNA data, or facial images. As facial recognition technologies become more common, we need to be prepared to explain how patient and participant data will be kept confidential and secure.?

Senior author Jennifer K. Wagner, Assistant Professor of Law, Policy and Engineering in Penn State?s School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs adds: ?Our study offers an important opportunity for those pursuing possible use of facial analytics in healthcare settings and biomedical research to think about human-centeredness in a more meaningful way. The research that we are doing hopefully will help decisionmakers find ways to facilitate biomedical innovation in a thoughtful, responsible way that does not undermine public trust.?

The research team, which includes co-authors with expertise in bioethics, law, genomics, facial analytics, and bioinformatics, hopes to conduct further research to understand the nuances where public trust is lacking.

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Many US adults worry about facial image data in healthcare settings

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Sara H. Katsanis, Peter Claes, Megan Doerr, Robert Cook-Deegan, Jessica D. Tenenbaum, Barbara J. Evans, Myoung Keun Lee, Joel Anderton, Seth M. Weinberg, Jennifer K. Wagner. A survey of U.S. public perspectives on facial recognition technology and facial imaging data practices in health and research contexts. PLOS ONE, 2021; 16 (10): e0257923 DOI: ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Sara H. Katsanis, Peter Claes, Megan Doerr, Robert Cook-Deegan, Jessica D. Tenenbaum, Barbara J. Evans, Myoung Keun Lee, Joel Anderton, Seth M. Weinberg, Jennifer K. Wagner. A survey of U.S. public perspectives on facial recognition technology and facial imaging data practices in health and research contexts. PLOS ONE, 2021; 16 (10): e0257923 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0257923

Through surveying over 4,000 US adults, researchers found that a significant proportion of respondents considered the use of facial image data in healthcare across eight varying scenarios as unacceptable (15-25 percent). Taken with those that responded as unsure of whether the uses were acceptable, roughly 30-50 percent of respondents indicated some degree of concern for uses of facial recognition technologies in healthcare scenarios. Whereas using facial image data in some cases ? such as to avoid medical errors, for diagnosis and screening, or for security ? was acceptable to the majority, more than half of respondents did not accept or were uncertain about healthcare providers using this data to monitor patients? emotions or symptoms, or for health research.

In the biomedical research setting, most respondents were equally worried about the use of medical records, DNA data and facial image data in a study.

While respondents were a diverse group in terms of age, geographic region, gender, racial and ethnic background, educational attainment, household income, and political views, their perspectives on these issues did not differ by demographics. Findings were published in the journal PLOS ONE.

?Our results show that a large segment of the public perceives a potential privacy threat when it comes to using facial image data in healthcare,? said lead author Sara Katsanis, who heads the Genetics and Justice Laboratory at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children?s Hospital of Chicago and is a Research Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. ?To ensure public trust, we need to consider greater protections for personal information in healthcare settings, whether it relates to medical records, DNA data, or facial images. As facial recognition technologies become more common, we need to be prepared to explain how patient and participant data will be kept confidential and secure.?

Senior author Jennifer K. Wagner, Assistant Professor of Law, Policy and Engineering in Penn State?s School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs adds: ?Our study offers an important opportunity for those pursuing possible use of facial analytics in healthcare settings and biomedical research to think about human-centeredness in a more meaningful way. The research that we are doing hopefully will help decisionmakers find ways to facilitate biomedical innovation in a thoughtful, responsible way that does not undermine public trust.?

The research team, which includes co-authors with expertise in bioethics, law, genomics, facial analytics, and bioinformatics, hopes to conduct further research to understand the nuances where public trust is lacking.

We want to say thanks to the writer of this article for this incredible material

Many US adults worry about facial image data in healthcare settings

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(Enthält Werbung) Du liebst Städtetrips? Aber du hast auch Lust auf einen Strandurlaub? In Gdynia kannst du beides erleben. Im Juli 2021 besuchte ich mit Freund und Hund die Hafenstadt bei Danzig. Hier kommen meine Tipps für Sehenswürdigkeiten wie ein Museumsschiff oder Bauhausarchitektur, Strände und veganes Essen. Außerdem gebe ich Hinweise für den Urlaub mit Hund, in einem hundefreundlichen Hotel und mit Hundestränden.

Polnische Ostsee ? warum solltest du Gdynia besuchen?

Die Dreistadt in Pommern bilden die alte Hansestadt Gda?sk (deutsch: Danzig), das Seebad Sopot (Zoppot) und Gdynia (Gdingen). Von Danzig ist Gdynia gerade mal 20 Kilometer entfernt. Es gehört mit rund 260.000 Einwohner:innen zu den zwölf größten polnischen Städten und ist der wichtigste Ostseehafen Polens.

Dabei fing die Stadt ganz klein an, als Fischerdorf an der Danziger Bucht. Erst 1922 begann der Bau der Stadt mit ihren breiten Straßen und hellen Gebäuden im Bauhausstil.

Im Zentrum waren wir im Courtyard by Marriott Gdynia Waterfront untergebracht, von unserem Zimmer blickten wir direkt auf den Yachthafen. Von hier aus liefen wir nur wenige Schritte bis zum Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza, zum Stadtstrand oder zu den Einkaufsstraßen.

Als Veganerin fand ich ein tolles Café und verschiedene schöne Restaurants mit richtig leckerem Essen.

Urlaub mit Hund in Gdynia polnische OstseeInsgesamt haben wir drei Strände besucht und zwei Hundestrände ? hier hatte unser Magyar Vizsla Buddy Spaß. Im Stadtteil Or?owo waren wir auch beim Kliff, der Seebrücke und in einem veganen Restaurant.

In diesem Artikel erzähle ich dir mehr von meinen liebsten Sehenswürdigkeiten und Highlights in Gdynia.

Anreise und unterwegs vor Ort

Bauhausarchitektur in GdyniaWie du hier hinkommst? Wir waren wie immer beim Urlaub mit Hund im Auto unterwegs. Du kannst aber auch mit dem Zug, Fernbus oder mit dem Flugzeug über Danzig anreisen.

Vor Ort waren wir meist zu Fuß unterwegs, nutzten jedoch ab und zu das Auto. Denn es gab zwar den Stadtstrand in Hotelnähe, wir wollten uns aber auch die schönen Strände in Or?owo und Babie Do?y (mit Hundestränden) ansehen. Sie liegen sechs und zwölf Kilometer vom Stadtzentrum entfernt.

Hotel mit Meerblick in Gdynia

Hafen von Gdynia in PolenBei unserer Ankunft in Gdynia steuerten wir den Hafen an, denn dort lag unser 4-Sterne-Hotel Courtyard by Marriott Gdynia Waterfront mit seinen 200 Zimmern. Wir fuhren in die Tiefgarage, das Parken kostete 50 Z?oty pro Tag.

Zimmer und Restaurantterrasse zum Hafen

Nachdem wir eingecheckt hatten, ging es mit dem Aufzug in den siebten Stock. Als wir unser großes Zimmer betraten und am Fenster standen, staunte ich nicht schlecht: Wir hatten einen traumhaften Ausblick auf den Hafen. Abends sahen wir uns den Sonnenuntergang über den Schiffen von der Restaurantterrasse aus an.

Übrigens empfand ich den Zimmerpreis als günstig für die Lage, Ausstattung und Aussicht des Hotels. Getränke und Essen waren in unserer Unterkunft absolut bezahlbar, ebenso wie in den Cafés und Restaurants in der Stadt.

Sehenswürdigkeiten ganz nah

Nur wenige Schritte vom Hotel entfernt lagen das Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza und der Stadtstrand. Die Straßen 10 Lutego und ?wi?toja?ska mit Cafés und Shops befanden sich ebenfalls ganz in der Nähe.

Hundefreundliches Hotel

Unser Hotel war hundefreundlich. Zur Begrüßung überreichte uns der nette Mitarbeiter einen Napf und Kaustangen. Buddy durfte mit auf die Terrasse, wo wir frühstückten oder abends etwas tranken. Für ihn zahlten wir 100 Z?oty Aufpreis pro Tag.

In der unmittelbaren Umgebung gab es Parks zum Gassigehen. Für die großen Runden ging es an einen der Hundestrände oder in den Wald.

Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza ? eines der Highlights von Gdynia

Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza in GdyniaEine der Hauptattraktionen in Gdynia ist dieses Schiff, es ist eines von drei Museumsschiffen der Stadt.

Während Carsten und Buddy im Hotelzimmer relaxten, besichtigte ich das ehemalige Segelschulschiff an der Südmole. Der dreimastige Großsegler wurde 1909 in Hamburg gebaut.

Ich lief den Steg zum Schiff hinauf, das 82 Meter lang und 13 Meter breit ist. Hier lebten einst 40 Mann Stammbesatzung und 150 Schüler.

In den Jahren 1934/35 unternahm die Dar Pomorza eine rund einjährige Weltreise. 1936/37 umrundete sie sogar das legendäre Kap Hoorn in Südamerika.

Museumsschiff Dar PomorzaNach der Kasse ging es auf einem ausgeschilderten Weg einmal durch das Schiff, treppauf und treppab. Vorher hatte ich mir Gedanken gemacht, ob ich mit 1,80 Metern nicht irgendwo mit meinem Kopf anstoßen würde. Doch es gab genügend Platz.

Am Anfang las ich mir die Infotafeln zur Geschichte des Schiffes durch. Dann sah ich etwa den Maschinenraum, die Hängematten der Matrosen, schlicht eingerichtete Kajüten, eine Kombüse sowie einen Speisesaal. Ich warf auch einen Blick an Deck mit der Glocke. Abends muss der Ausblick hier besonders schön sein!

Beliebter Stadtstrand von Gdynia

Stadtstrand von GdyniaVom Schiff aus lief ich weiter zum Strand. Abends war es hier ziemlich voll. Ich sah viele Freundesgruppen und Familien, die auf den Sonnenuntergang warteten und sich unterhielten.

Ich kehrte noch mal morgens um 7.30 Uhr wieder, da war ich allein mit ein paar Möwen. Dabei ist auch dieses Foto entstanden. Toll fand ich die Strandrestaurants, um am Wasser etwas zu essen und zu trinken.

Or?owo: Strand mit Kliff, Seebrücke und Hundestrand

An einem Tag hatten wir Sonnenschein und 26 Grad. Perfekt für einen Ausflug nach Or?owo!

Nach den rund sechs Kilometern Fahrt stellten wir unser Auto auf dem kostenpflichtigen Parkplatz ab und liefen mit Buddy zum Strand. Ihr könnt übrigens auch den Touristenbus 500 oder die städtische Schnellbahn SKM hierhin nehmen.

Dieser Stadtteil gefiel mir sehr. Früher war er beliebt bei Schriftsteller:innen und Künstler:innen.

Hohes Or?owo Kliff

Or?owo Kliff in Gdynia, PolenZuerst sahen wir uns die Steilküste an. Ich bin ein großer Fan davon, wenn Felsen schroff zum Wasser abfallen ? wie etwa auf Rügen oder in Südengland.

Ihr könnt am Strand auf die 60 Meter hohe Klippe unterhalb des Naturschutzgebietes K?pa Red?owska zulaufen. Bei Google Maps findet ihr sie unter Klif Or?owski.

Strand mit Fischerbooten

An dem langen Strandabschnitt sonnten sich etliche Besucher:innen. Er war sehr gut besucht, aber nicht überfüllt. Die bunten Fischerboote nutzten einige, um in ihrem Schatten zu entspannen.

Lange Seebrücke mit Aussicht

Or?owo Seebrücke in GdyniaDann liefen wir über die 200 Meter lange Seebrücke (auf Google Maps zu finden unter Gdynia Or?owo Pier), die einen tollen Ausblick aufs Kliff bot. Auf der anderen Seite erblickte ich Schwäne und Kinder, die im Meer schwammen.

Auf der Brücke kannst du dich auf eine der Bänke setzen und die Sonne genießen.

Schöne Restaurants und Eisstände

Zwischen Kliff und Seebrücke findest du einige nette Lokale. So kann man hier in Strandkörben Platz nehmen oder bei der Pizzeria Or?owska in Liegestühlen.

Außerdem gibt es Stände für Eis oder Kaffee. An einem Oldimerbus bestellte ich ein cremiges Schokoladeneis. Die Sommerluft war so warm, dass es im nu schmolz.

Hundestrand in Or?owo

Hundestrand in Gdynia Or?owoBuddy sollte auch auf seine Kosten kommen. Deshalb fuhren wir ein kleines Stück mit dem Auto und stellten es auf dem kostenlosen Parkplatz (aleja Zwyci?stwa 295) ab.

An der Adlerstatue gingen wir rechts einen kleinen Weg hinunter, bogen wieder rechts ab, dann links auf einen Hundeparcours zu. Diesen überquerten wir und nutzten das Gatter hinten links, so kamen wir am Hundestrand (Google Maps: psia pla?a) heraus. Er befand sich an den Strandabschnitten 18 und 19 beim Klif Sopocki.

Hier war es relativ leer. Wir wanderten mit Buddy ein wenig am Strand entlang, machten eine Pause im Schatten und blickten aufs Meer.

Atelier Smaku ? veganes Restaurant

Atelier Smaku vegan Essen gehen GdyniaAnschließend fuhren wir zum Atelier Smaku (Bytomska 36). Das Delikatessengeschäft und Bistro bietet ?kuchnia weganska? an, also rein vegane Küche.

Als wir dort ankamen, sahen wir goldene Engel über der Tür mit dem pinkfarbenen Schriftzug. Es gab Sitzplätze drinnen und draußen, wir entschieden uns für einen der beiden Außentische in der ruhigen Nebenstraße.

Was mich besonders freute: Hier konnte ich als Veganerin einmal typisch polnische Gerichte essen, in rein pflanzlich. Ich bestellte Pierogi und Bigos ? beides war sehr lecker.

Piroggen sind in einigen Ländern verbreitet, in Polen esse ich sie häufig. Meine ?pierogi smazone z surowka? waren gebratene Teigtaschen mit Salat.

Bigos ist das polnische Nationalgericht: ein Eintopf mit Sauerkraut. Das ?bigos z chlebem? kam mit Brot daher. Beide Gerichte waren große Portionen, die richtig satt machten.

Bauhausarchitektur in Gdynia

Bauhausarchitektur in GdyniaZurück in der Innenstadt, sahen wir uns einige Gebäude im Bauhausstil an. In der ?weißen Stadt am Meer? kannst du viele dieser modernistischen Häuser entdecken: schlicht, schörkellos und mit abgerundeten Formen. Einige Häuser erinnern an Überseeschiffe, das passt perfekt zur Hafenstadt.

Beispiele findest du etwa in den Straßen 10 Lutego und ?wi?toja?ska. Eine sehr gute Übersicht mit Fotos und Beschreibungen gibt es auf der Website von Gdynia.

Muzeum Miasta Gdyni ? Besuch im Stadtmuseum

Stadtmuseum von GdyniaÜber die Geschichte von Gdynia wollte ich mehr erfahren, deshalb besuchte ich das kleine Stadtmuseum (Zawiszy Czarnego 1). Für den Besuch brauchte ich rund eine halbe Stunde. Die Hinweistafeln gab es auch auf Englisch.

Ich fand es spannend, dass Gdynia früher das ?Fenster zur Welt? war. Einerseits brachten Seeleute Mitbringsel mit (von denen einige im Museum zu sehen waren), andererseits wanderten von hier aus in den 1930er Jahren einige aus. Davon zeugt auch das ?Museum der Auswanderung?.

Vegan essen gehen in Gdynia

Natürlich darf bei einer Städtereise gutes Essen nicht fehlen. Ich bin Veganerin, Carsten isst alles.

Im Folgenden stelle ich dir ein Café und zwei Restaurants vor, die vegane Optionen auf der Speisekarte haben oder ganz vegan sind.

Mit der App Happy Cow suchte ich vorab nach passenden Lokalen. Besonders ergiebig war die Starowiejska Straße: Hier gab es etliche Restaurants mit veganen Gerichten, die sehr gut aussahen.

1) Café T?ok ? Zimtschnecken wie in Schweden

Café Tlok vegane OptionenDas coole, kleine Café T?ok (Józefa Wybickiego 3) liegt nicht weit vom Stadtmuseum entfernt. Drinnen gab es ein paar Plätze, draußen standen acht Tische unter Sonnenschirmen. Ich bestellte an der Theke und setzte mich nach draußen.

Im Sonnenschein genoss ich meine vegane Zimtschnecke und den Iced Coffee mit Hafermilch. Die Zimtschnecke war der Wahnsinn, bessere habe ich selbst in Schweden nicht gegessen. Übrigens kannst du dort auch Scones, Brioches oder Kuchen bestellen.

2) Hot Doggie: Vegan Comfort Food

Hot Doggie veganes EssenDu hast Lust auf einen Snack? Beim rein veganen Hot Doggie (Starowiejska 19) bestellte ich auf Englisch am Fenster. Das ganze wirkte wie ein Kiosk mit Sitzplätzen davor.

Wenig später nahm ich mein Essen entgegen. Damit setzte mich auf einen der Stühle unter dem Dach an der Straßenecke.

Sehr ungezwungen und locker geht es hier zu, dabei ist das Essen richtig lecker. Mein ?Mad Dog? mit Jalapenos und die knusprigen Pommes waren toll!

3) Umi Ramen ? japanisches Essen

Umi Ramen Restaurant vegan OptionDie japanischen Ramen-Nudelsuppen liebe ich. Deshalb setzten wir uns draußen bei Umi Ramen (Starowiejska 38) hin. Auf der Speisekarte standen unter anderem vegane Ramen. Ich bestellte Green Curry Ramen, die schön cremig und leicht scharf schmeckten.

Babie Do?y: Strand und Hundestrand

Hundestrand in GdyniaZum Abschluss unserer Zeit in Gdynia schauten wir uns den zwölf Kilometer entfernten Strand von Babie Do?y an.

Zuerst parkten wir am Straßenrand, dann liefen wir zum langen Strand für alle. Besonders markant: Im Meer befindet sich eine deutsche Torpedostation aus dem Zweiten Weltkrieg.

Der sehr schöne Hundestrand vom Foto befindet sich in Strandabschnitt 4 bei Oksywie.

Hier konnten wir auch kostenfrei parken. Hinab nahmen wir einen Abhang, hinauf ging es über steile Stufen. Der Hundestrand von Or?owo war auf jeden Fall leichter zugänglich.

Beide Hundestrände hatten jedoch gemeinsam, dass dort nicht allzu viel los war. Falls du Urlaub mit Hund machst, kannst du hier also eine entspannte Zeit verbringen.

Mein Fazit zu Gdynia

Schiffe im HafenReiner Strandurlaub ist dir zu langweilig? Dann kommst du beim Städtetrip nach Gdynia auf deine Kosten. Hier gibt es nämlich noch viel mehr zu entdecken, zu erleben und zu probieren.

Falls deine Zeit knapp ist, dann empfehle ich dir das Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza, Kliff und Seebrücke von Or?owo sowie das vegane Atelier Smaku.

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(Enthält Werbung) Du liebst Städtetrips? Aber du hast auch Lust auf einen Strandurlaub? In Gdynia kannst du beides erleben. Im Juli 2021 besuchte ich mit Freund und Hund die Hafenstadt bei Danzig. Hier kommen meine Tipps für Sehenswürdigkeiten wie ein Museumsschiff oder Bauhausarchitektur, Strände und veganes Essen. Außerdem gebe ich Hinweise für den Urlaub mit Hund, in einem hundefreundlichen Hotel und mit Hundestränden.

Polnische Ostsee ? warum solltest du Gdynia besuchen?

Die Dreistadt in Pommern bilden die alte Hansestadt Gda?sk (deutsch: Danzig), das Seebad Sopot (Zoppot) und Gdynia (Gdingen). Von Danzig ist Gdynia gerade mal 20 Kilometer entfernt. Es gehört mit rund 260.000 Einwohner:innen zu den zwölf größten polnischen Städten und ist der wichtigste Ostseehafen Polens.

Dabei fing die Stadt ganz klein an, als Fischerdorf an der Danziger Bucht. Erst 1922 begann der Bau der Stadt mit ihren breiten Straßen und hellen Gebäuden im Bauhausstil.

Im Zentrum waren wir im Courtyard by Marriott Gdynia Waterfront untergebracht, von unserem Zimmer blickten wir direkt auf den Yachthafen. Von hier aus liefen wir nur wenige Schritte bis zum Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza, zum Stadtstrand oder zu den Einkaufsstraßen.

Als Veganerin fand ich ein tolles Café und verschiedene schöne Restaurants mit richtig leckerem Essen.

Urlaub mit Hund in Gdynia polnische OstseeInsgesamt haben wir drei Strände besucht und zwei Hundestrände ? hier hatte unser Magyar Vizsla Buddy Spaß. Im Stadtteil Or?owo waren wir auch beim Kliff, der Seebrücke und in einem veganen Restaurant.

In diesem Artikel erzähle ich dir mehr von meinen liebsten Sehenswürdigkeiten und Highlights in Gdynia.

Anreise und unterwegs vor Ort

Bauhausarchitektur in GdyniaWie du hier hinkommst? Wir waren wie immer beim Urlaub mit Hund im Auto unterwegs. Du kannst aber auch mit dem Zug, Fernbus oder mit dem Flugzeug über Danzig anreisen.

Vor Ort waren wir meist zu Fuß unterwegs, nutzten jedoch ab und zu das Auto. Denn es gab zwar den Stadtstrand in Hotelnähe, wir wollten uns aber auch die schönen Strände in Or?owo und Babie Do?y (mit Hundestränden) ansehen. Sie liegen sechs und zwölf Kilometer vom Stadtzentrum entfernt.

Hotel mit Meerblick in Gdynia

Hafen von Gdynia in PolenBei unserer Ankunft in Gdynia steuerten wir den Hafen an, denn dort lag unser 4-Sterne-Hotel Courtyard by Marriott Gdynia Waterfront mit seinen 200 Zimmern. Wir fuhren in die Tiefgarage, das Parken kostete 50 Z?oty pro Tag.

Zimmer und Restaurantterrasse zum Hafen

Nachdem wir eingecheckt hatten, ging es mit dem Aufzug in den siebten Stock. Als wir unser großes Zimmer betraten und am Fenster standen, staunte ich nicht schlecht: Wir hatten einen traumhaften Ausblick auf den Hafen. Abends sahen wir uns den Sonnenuntergang über den Schiffen von der Restaurantterrasse aus an.

Übrigens empfand ich den Zimmerpreis als günstig für die Lage, Ausstattung und Aussicht des Hotels. Getränke und Essen waren in unserer Unterkunft absolut bezahlbar, ebenso wie in den Cafés und Restaurants in der Stadt.

Sehenswürdigkeiten ganz nah

Nur wenige Schritte vom Hotel entfernt lagen das Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza und der Stadtstrand. Die Straßen 10 Lutego und ?wi?toja?ska mit Cafés und Shops befanden sich ebenfalls ganz in der Nähe.

Hundefreundliches Hotel

Unser Hotel war hundefreundlich. Zur Begrüßung überreichte uns der nette Mitarbeiter einen Napf und Kaustangen. Buddy durfte mit auf die Terrasse, wo wir frühstückten oder abends etwas tranken. Für ihn zahlten wir 100 Z?oty Aufpreis pro Tag.

In der unmittelbaren Umgebung gab es Parks zum Gassigehen. Für die großen Runden ging es an einen der Hundestrände oder in den Wald.

Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza ? eines der Highlights von Gdynia

Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza in GdyniaEine der Hauptattraktionen in Gdynia ist dieses Schiff, es ist eines von drei Museumsschiffen der Stadt.

Während Carsten und Buddy im Hotelzimmer relaxten, besichtigte ich das ehemalige Segelschulschiff an der Südmole. Der dreimastige Großsegler wurde 1909 in Hamburg gebaut.

Ich lief den Steg zum Schiff hinauf, das 82 Meter lang und 13 Meter breit ist. Hier lebten einst 40 Mann Stammbesatzung und 150 Schüler.

In den Jahren 1934/35 unternahm die Dar Pomorza eine rund einjährige Weltreise. 1936/37 umrundete sie sogar das legendäre Kap Hoorn in Südamerika.

Museumsschiff Dar PomorzaNach der Kasse ging es auf einem ausgeschilderten Weg einmal durch das Schiff, treppauf und treppab. Vorher hatte ich mir Gedanken gemacht, ob ich mit 1,80 Metern nicht irgendwo mit meinem Kopf anstoßen würde. Doch es gab genügend Platz.

Am Anfang las ich mir die Infotafeln zur Geschichte des Schiffes durch. Dann sah ich etwa den Maschinenraum, die Hängematten der Matrosen, schlicht eingerichtete Kajüten, eine Kombüse sowie einen Speisesaal. Ich warf auch einen Blick an Deck mit der Glocke. Abends muss der Ausblick hier besonders schön sein!

Beliebter Stadtstrand von Gdynia

Stadtstrand von GdyniaVom Schiff aus lief ich weiter zum Strand. Abends war es hier ziemlich voll. Ich sah viele Freundesgruppen und Familien, die auf den Sonnenuntergang warteten und sich unterhielten.

Ich kehrte noch mal morgens um 7.30 Uhr wieder, da war ich allein mit ein paar Möwen. Dabei ist auch dieses Foto entstanden. Toll fand ich die Strandrestaurants, um am Wasser etwas zu essen und zu trinken.

Or?owo: Strand mit Kliff, Seebrücke und Hundestrand

An einem Tag hatten wir Sonnenschein und 26 Grad. Perfekt für einen Ausflug nach Or?owo!

Nach den rund sechs Kilometern Fahrt stellten wir unser Auto auf dem kostenpflichtigen Parkplatz ab und liefen mit Buddy zum Strand. Ihr könnt übrigens auch den Touristenbus 500 oder die städtische Schnellbahn SKM hierhin nehmen.

Dieser Stadtteil gefiel mir sehr. Früher war er beliebt bei Schriftsteller:innen und Künstler:innen.

Hohes Or?owo Kliff

Or?owo Kliff in Gdynia, PolenZuerst sahen wir uns die Steilküste an. Ich bin ein großer Fan davon, wenn Felsen schroff zum Wasser abfallen ? wie etwa auf Rügen oder in Südengland.

Ihr könnt am Strand auf die 60 Meter hohe Klippe unterhalb des Naturschutzgebietes K?pa Red?owska zulaufen. Bei Google Maps findet ihr sie unter Klif Or?owski.

Strand mit Fischerbooten

An dem langen Strandabschnitt sonnten sich etliche Besucher:innen. Er war sehr gut besucht, aber nicht überfüllt. Die bunten Fischerboote nutzten einige, um in ihrem Schatten zu entspannen.

Lange Seebrücke mit Aussicht

Or?owo Seebrücke in GdyniaDann liefen wir über die 200 Meter lange Seebrücke (auf Google Maps zu finden unter Gdynia Or?owo Pier), die einen tollen Ausblick aufs Kliff bot. Auf der anderen Seite erblickte ich Schwäne und Kinder, die im Meer schwammen.

Auf der Brücke kannst du dich auf eine der Bänke setzen und die Sonne genießen.

Schöne Restaurants und Eisstände

Zwischen Kliff und Seebrücke findest du einige nette Lokale. So kann man hier in Strandkörben Platz nehmen oder bei der Pizzeria Or?owska in Liegestühlen.

Außerdem gibt es Stände für Eis oder Kaffee. An einem Oldimerbus bestellte ich ein cremiges Schokoladeneis. Die Sommerluft war so warm, dass es im nu schmolz.

Hundestrand in Or?owo

Hundestrand in Gdynia Or?owoBuddy sollte auch auf seine Kosten kommen. Deshalb fuhren wir ein kleines Stück mit dem Auto und stellten es auf dem kostenlosen Parkplatz (aleja Zwyci?stwa 295) ab.

An der Adlerstatue gingen wir rechts einen kleinen Weg hinunter, bogen wieder rechts ab, dann links auf einen Hundeparcours zu. Diesen überquerten wir und nutzten das Gatter hinten links, so kamen wir am Hundestrand (Google Maps: psia pla?a) heraus. Er befand sich an den Strandabschnitten 18 und 19 beim Klif Sopocki.

Hier war es relativ leer. Wir wanderten mit Buddy ein wenig am Strand entlang, machten eine Pause im Schatten und blickten aufs Meer.

Atelier Smaku ? veganes Restaurant

Atelier Smaku vegan Essen gehen GdyniaAnschließend fuhren wir zum Atelier Smaku (Bytomska 36). Das Delikatessengeschäft und Bistro bietet ?kuchnia weganska? an, also rein vegane Küche.

Als wir dort ankamen, sahen wir goldene Engel über der Tür mit dem pinkfarbenen Schriftzug. Es gab Sitzplätze drinnen und draußen, wir entschieden uns für einen der beiden Außentische in der ruhigen Nebenstraße.

Was mich besonders freute: Hier konnte ich als Veganerin einmal typisch polnische Gerichte essen, in rein pflanzlich. Ich bestellte Pierogi und Bigos ? beides war sehr lecker.

Piroggen sind in einigen Ländern verbreitet, in Polen esse ich sie häufig. Meine ?pierogi smazone z surowka? waren gebratene Teigtaschen mit Salat.

Bigos ist das polnische Nationalgericht: ein Eintopf mit Sauerkraut. Das ?bigos z chlebem? kam mit Brot daher. Beide Gerichte waren große Portionen, die richtig satt machten.

Bauhausarchitektur in Gdynia

Bauhausarchitektur in GdyniaZurück in der Innenstadt, sahen wir uns einige Gebäude im Bauhausstil an. In der ?weißen Stadt am Meer? kannst du viele dieser modernistischen Häuser entdecken: schlicht, schörkellos und mit abgerundeten Formen. Einige Häuser erinnern an Überseeschiffe, das passt perfekt zur Hafenstadt.

Beispiele findest du etwa in den Straßen 10 Lutego und ?wi?toja?ska. Eine sehr gute Übersicht mit Fotos und Beschreibungen gibt es auf der Website von Gdynia.

Muzeum Miasta Gdyni ? Besuch im Stadtmuseum

Stadtmuseum von GdyniaÜber die Geschichte von Gdynia wollte ich mehr erfahren, deshalb besuchte ich das kleine Stadtmuseum (Zawiszy Czarnego 1). Für den Besuch brauchte ich rund eine halbe Stunde. Die Hinweistafeln gab es auch auf Englisch.

Ich fand es spannend, dass Gdynia früher das ?Fenster zur Welt? war. Einerseits brachten Seeleute Mitbringsel mit (von denen einige im Museum zu sehen waren), andererseits wanderten von hier aus in den 1930er Jahren einige aus. Davon zeugt auch das ?Museum der Auswanderung?.

Vegan essen gehen in Gdynia

Natürlich darf bei einer Städtereise gutes Essen nicht fehlen. Ich bin Veganerin, Carsten isst alles.

Im Folgenden stelle ich dir ein Café und zwei Restaurants vor, die vegane Optionen auf der Speisekarte haben oder ganz vegan sind.

Mit der App Happy Cow suchte ich vorab nach passenden Lokalen. Besonders ergiebig war die Starowiejska Straße: Hier gab es etliche Restaurants mit veganen Gerichten, die sehr gut aussahen.

1) Café T?ok ? Zimtschnecken wie in Schweden

Café Tlok vegane OptionenDas coole, kleine Café T?ok (Józefa Wybickiego 3) liegt nicht weit vom Stadtmuseum entfernt. Drinnen gab es ein paar Plätze, draußen standen acht Tische unter Sonnenschirmen. Ich bestellte an der Theke und setzte mich nach draußen.

Im Sonnenschein genoss ich meine vegane Zimtschnecke und den Iced Coffee mit Hafermilch. Die Zimtschnecke war der Wahnsinn, bessere habe ich selbst in Schweden nicht gegessen. Übrigens kannst du dort auch Scones, Brioches oder Kuchen bestellen.

2) Hot Doggie: Vegan Comfort Food

Hot Doggie veganes EssenDu hast Lust auf einen Snack? Beim rein veganen Hot Doggie (Starowiejska 19) bestellte ich auf Englisch am Fenster. Das ganze wirkte wie ein Kiosk mit Sitzplätzen davor.

Wenig später nahm ich mein Essen entgegen. Damit setzte mich auf einen der Stühle unter dem Dach an der Straßenecke.

Sehr ungezwungen und locker geht es hier zu, dabei ist das Essen richtig lecker. Mein ?Mad Dog? mit Jalapenos und die knusprigen Pommes waren toll!

3) Umi Ramen ? japanisches Essen

Umi Ramen Restaurant vegan OptionDie japanischen Ramen-Nudelsuppen liebe ich. Deshalb setzten wir uns draußen bei Umi Ramen (Starowiejska 38) hin. Auf der Speisekarte standen unter anderem vegane Ramen. Ich bestellte Green Curry Ramen, die schön cremig und leicht scharf schmeckten.

Babie Do?y: Strand und Hundestrand

Hundestrand in GdyniaZum Abschluss unserer Zeit in Gdynia schauten wir uns den zwölf Kilometer entfernten Strand von Babie Do?y an.

Zuerst parkten wir am Straßenrand, dann liefen wir zum langen Strand für alle. Besonders markant: Im Meer befindet sich eine deutsche Torpedostation aus dem Zweiten Weltkrieg.

Der sehr schöne Hundestrand vom Foto befindet sich in Strandabschnitt 4 bei Oksywie.

Hier konnten wir auch kostenfrei parken. Hinab nahmen wir einen Abhang, hinauf ging es über steile Stufen. Der Hundestrand von Or?owo war auf jeden Fall leichter zugänglich.

Beide Hundestrände hatten jedoch gemeinsam, dass dort nicht allzu viel los war. Falls du Urlaub mit Hund machst, kannst du hier also eine entspannte Zeit verbringen.

Mein Fazit zu Gdynia

Schiffe im HafenReiner Strandurlaub ist dir zu langweilig? Dann kommst du beim Städtetrip nach Gdynia auf deine Kosten. Hier gibt es nämlich noch viel mehr zu entdecken, zu erleben und zu probieren.

Falls deine Zeit knapp ist, dann empfehle ich dir das Museumsschiff Dar Pomorza, Kliff und Seebrücke von Or?owo sowie das vegane Atelier Smaku.

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February 19, 1965. Vivien Leigh has just returned home to London after filming ‘The Ship of Fools’, which has taken place in the United States. One calm and cold afternoon that month, a young woman from Barcelona, ??who had previously corresponded with her, visits her at her home. For the young woman Elvira Clara Bonet (That’s the name of the twenty-year-old), who barely speaks English at the time and goes with a friend who acts as a translator, that is one of the most important moments of her life. Courtesy, tea and a very special gift mark the evening.

From that day on, Miss Bonet (that’s what the unforgettable Scarlet O’Hara) and Vivien Leigh They begin a friendship that will continue over the years through the actress’s family, once she dies in 1967.

This Wednesday, the house Setdart auction a collection of personal belongings of the actress, belongings accumulated by Elvira for years. Because, more than a fan, she was a kind of friend in the distance for an actress who lived the consequences of a misdiagnosed bipolarity, tuberculosis (which took her to the grave at just 53 years old) and a cursed beauty. In that list of objects are from the diary that Leigh used the year of his death, with annotations in blue ink of his own hand as “mom’s birthday” O “dinner with Bill ‘, as well as entries that give information about the last year of his life. Also a series of personal photographs of the actress with her great love, Laurence Olivier, with whom she was married for twenty years. In some of them you can see the couple swimming naked.

Elvira herself tells Vanitatis that she is very surprised that these nudes have been the most sought-after objects (their value is estimated at around 7,500 euros) of the entire collection that she has put up for auction. ?What intrigued me the most is that some media published, full-page, saying ‘Vivien Leigh naked’. This hurt my soul, I immediately called the auction house. They were cured in health and said they had an obligation to send it to all the media, “he says. The admirer and friend admits that she has gotten rid of ?very dear? objects and ?out of necessity? after the injury to an arm that caused her to resort to paying people to take care of her at home. ?Many people have not understood why I got rid of these objects, but the truth is that I have had a very difficult year?, He points out.

?I loved her very much because I got to know her. I met her mother, her daughter, her grandchildren and even great-great-granddaughters, which would already have to be alive. They are the daughters of Rupert, the grandson with whom I have the most friendship ?, he says about that epistolary relationship that he later continued with the descendants of the star of ‘A streetcar named desire’. All those who have bid for days, through the Sedtart page, can get all kinds of relics this Wednesday, from Leigh’s personal lighter (valued at about 150 euros) to an umbrella that was part of the props of one of the sequences removed from ‘Gone with the Wind’ (valued at around 3,000 euros).

A missing locket

Elvira has already shed objects and souvenirs that were part of a personal museum that, for years, has been the protagonist of numerous press and television reports. What worries her most these days has to do with one of the gifts she gave Leigh herself on the first of her two visits. “I would like to know where the solid gold medallion is, from the house Thomas Colomer, which I gave her and she told me she would use a pendentif. He told me that if someone asked him about it, he would say it was from an admiring friend from Barcelona. I gave it to him for the 25th anniversary of ‘Gone with the wind’ and it said ‘Gone with the wind’, 1939-1964 ‘, and on the back, ?Tu Scarlett O?Hara from E.C. Bonet. I don’t want to get it back for myself, but if someone has it I would like them to take care of it with affection and contact me. Not even the family knows what happened to this locket. I would hand it over to the Victoria and Albert in London?, He tells us.

The truth is that the memory of that afternoon in which she met the myth is still very present in Elvira, who remembers every minute detail of Leigh. It seemed “petite” and somewhat different from the star he had seen on the big screen, although that did not diminish his admiration for her. The Catalan even prepared a letter for the actress to read. The protagonist of ‘Gone with the wind’ was moved by so many years of loyal admiration. ?Vivien insisted on speaking to me slowly so that I would understand her. He got emotional and I saw in his eyes that he was swallowing hard to keep from crying. That letter my friend read to her in English is in the Victoria and Albert ?.

Elvira was even fortunate to be invited, by the indelible Scarlet’s own family, to the memorial that was celebrated in her honor on August 15, 1967, shortly after her death. ?I saw her twice and when she died I was invited to her funeral at San Martin in the Fields. I had received her last letter on July 7, ’67. She told me that she had to stay in bed for three months, but that as soon as she was well she would do a new play, an adaptation of ‘A delicate balance’. She did not speak Spanish but did speak French, German and Italian. He was a unique person, with great talent and infinite courtesy. I will always carry her in my heart“Says Elvira excitedly.

For this reason, this auction is something so personal for Bonet, who recovers at her home in Barcelona from a “very difficult” year and hopes that, after the auction, she will continue to take into account that she has been, for decades, the curator of much of the sentimental memory of a great myth in film history. He also wants to know what happened to that medallion that, over the years, has become a lost treasure, in the last memory of those letters and those two visits to London that marked his life forever. Memories that even the wind will never be able to take away.

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February 19, 1965. Vivien Leigh has just returned home to London after filming ‘The Ship of Fools’, which has taken place in the United States. One calm and cold afternoon that month, a young woman from Barcelona, ??who had previously corresponded with her, visits her at her home. For the young woman Elvira Clara Bonet (That’s the name of the twenty-year-old), who barely speaks English at the time and goes with a friend who acts as a translator, that is one of the most important moments of her life. Courtesy, tea and a very special gift mark the evening.

From that day on, Miss Bonet (that’s what the unforgettable Scarlet O’Hara) and Vivien Leigh They begin a friendship that will continue over the years through the actress’s family, once she dies in 1967.

This Wednesday, the house Setdart auction a collection of personal belongings of the actress, belongings accumulated by Elvira for years. Because, more than a fan, she was a kind of friend in the distance for an actress who lived the consequences of a misdiagnosed bipolarity, tuberculosis (which took her to the grave at just 53 years old) and a cursed beauty. In that list of objects are from the diary that Leigh used the year of his death, with annotations in blue ink of his own hand as “mom’s birthday” O “dinner with Bill ‘, as well as entries that give information about the last year of his life. Also a series of personal photographs of the actress with her great love, Laurence Olivier, with whom she was married for twenty years. In some of them you can see the couple swimming naked.

Elvira herself tells Vanitatis that she is very surprised that these nudes have been the most sought-after objects (their value is estimated at around 7,500 euros) of the entire collection that she has put up for auction. ?What intrigued me the most is that some media published, full-page, saying ‘Vivien Leigh naked’. This hurt my soul, I immediately called the auction house. They were cured in health and said they had an obligation to send it to all the media, “he says. The admirer and friend admits that she has gotten rid of ?very dear? objects and ?out of necessity? after the injury to an arm that caused her to resort to paying people to take care of her at home. ?Many people have not understood why I got rid of these objects, but the truth is that I have had a very difficult year?, He points out.

?I loved her very much because I got to know her. I met her mother, her daughter, her grandchildren and even great-great-granddaughters, which would already have to be alive. They are the daughters of Rupert, the grandson with whom I have the most friendship ?, he says about that epistolary relationship that he later continued with the descendants of the star of ‘A streetcar named desire’. All those who have bid for days, through the Sedtart page, can get all kinds of relics this Wednesday, from Leigh’s personal lighter (valued at about 150 euros) to an umbrella that was part of the props of one of the sequences removed from ‘Gone with the Wind’ (valued at around 3,000 euros).

A missing locket

Elvira has already shed objects and souvenirs that were part of a personal museum that, for years, has been the protagonist of numerous press and television reports. What worries her most these days has to do with one of the gifts she gave Leigh herself on the first of her two visits. “I would like to know where the solid gold medallion is, from the house Thomas Colomer, which I gave her and she told me she would use a pendentif. He told me that if someone asked him about it, he would say it was from an admiring friend from Barcelona. I gave it to him for the 25th anniversary of ‘Gone with the wind’ and it said ‘Gone with the wind’, 1939-1964 ‘, and on the back, ?Tu Scarlett O?Hara from E.C. Bonet. I don’t want to get it back for myself, but if someone has it I would like them to take care of it with affection and contact me. Not even the family knows what happened to this locket. I would hand it over to the Victoria and Albert in London?, He tells us.

The truth is that the memory of that afternoon in which she met the myth is still very present in Elvira, who remembers every minute detail of Leigh. It seemed “petite” and somewhat different from the star he had seen on the big screen, although that did not diminish his admiration for her. The Catalan even prepared a letter for the actress to read. The protagonist of ‘Gone with the wind’ was moved by so many years of loyal admiration. ?Vivien insisted on speaking to me slowly so that I would understand her. He got emotional and I saw in his eyes that he was swallowing hard to keep from crying. That letter my friend read to her in English is in the Victoria and Albert ?.

Elvira was even fortunate to be invited, by the indelible Scarlet’s own family, to the memorial that was celebrated in her honor on August 15, 1967, shortly after her death. ?I saw her twice and when she died I was invited to her funeral at San Martin in the Fields. I had received her last letter on July 7, ’67. She told me that she had to stay in bed for three months, but that as soon as she was well she would do a new play, an adaptation of ‘A delicate balance’. She did not speak Spanish but did speak French, German and Italian. He was a unique person, with great talent and infinite courtesy. I will always carry her in my heart“Says Elvira excitedly.

For this reason, this auction is something so personal for Bonet, who recovers at her home in Barcelona from a “very difficult” year and hopes that, after the auction, she will continue to take into account that she has been, for decades, the curator of much of the sentimental memory of a great myth in film history. He also wants to know what happened to that medallion that, over the years, has become a lost treasure, in the last memory of those letters and those two visits to London that marked his life forever. Memories that even the wind will never be able to take away.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635192121 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Traditional hunts: the new authorizations suspended by the Council of State [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/traditional-hunts-the-new-authorizations-suspended-by-the-council-of-state/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 19:59:46 +0000 [category] => MagazineauthorizationsCouncilhuntsSuspendedTraditional [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=1316 [description] => The summary judge of the Council of State estimated that the government had taken these decrees in mid-October that risked contravening European law, and that there was thus “serious doubt as to their legality”. The summary judge of the Council of State, seized urgently by the defenders of nature, on Monday suspended the new government ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The summary judge of the Council of State estimated that the government had taken these decrees in mid-October that risked contravening European law, and that there was thus “serious doubt as to their legality”.

The summary judge of the Council of State, seized urgently by the defenders of nature, on Monday suspended the new government decrees authorizing traditional bird hunts.

After a first cancellation in August by the highest administrative court of the country of several hunting authorizations (thrushes, blackbirds, lapwing, golden plovers, skylarks with nets or cages), the judge considered that the government had taken mi -October these new orders on the same basis, risking to contravene European law, and that there was thus “a serious doubt as to their legality”.

Final decision expected “in the coming months”

After this urgent decision “the Council of State will rule on the merits of the appeals against these decrees in the coming months”, underlines the institution in a press release.

The European “birds” directive of 2009 prohibits mass capture techniques for birds without distinction of species. A derogation is possible “on condition of being duly justified and since ‘there is no other satisfactory solution’ to capture certain birds”.

The French governments therefore issued decrees each year authorizing these traditional hunts in certain determined regions, with quotas of huntable individuals.

The Court of Justice of the European Union, seized on similar orders concerning the very controversial and emblematic glue hunt, had ruled the latter not in conformity with European law in March 2021, followed in June by the Council of State which had confirmed its illegality.

“A great and great victory” for the League for the protection of birds (LPO)

The Ministry of Ecological Transition (MTE) had however taken back eight orders for 2021-2022 for other hunts, retoque at the beginning of August by the Council of State then reappeared on October 15, arguing that the texts provide “the necessary motivations on the absence of an alternative solution, the selectivity, the judicious use and the small quantities “of birds killed.

The decrees were immediately attacked by the One Voice associations and the League for the protection of birds (LPO), demanding their immediate suspension.

“Tradition cannot justify failure to meet the requirements of the Birds Directive,” welcomed the LPO, hailing a “great and great victory”. “With such constant jurisprudence, which moreover relates to the same practices, we should have stopped there. It was without taking into account the weakness of the government in the face of the hunting lobby,” regretted the association.

The government “takes note” of the decision

“When the Council of State declared these traditional hunting techniques illegal on August 6, we would never have imagined that the government would dare to authorize them again”, for its part reacted One Voice, denouncing “the servility to the ‘with regard to the hunting lobby which, let us remember, defends a hobby and not a necessity “.

The Ministry of Ecological Transition for its part indicated that “the government takes note” of the decision, recalling that “it is now up to the Council of State to rule on the merits”.

“I have a lot of anger, bitterness, disgust,” Willy Schraen, president of the National Federation of Hunters (FNC), told AFP. “I do not understand this political and legal determination to piss off a handful of French people on something insignificant”, he added, assuring that these hunts “have no stake in terms of biodiversity”, in particular in terms of the number of individuals that can be hunted with these techniques.

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Traditional hunts: the new authorizations suspended by the Council of State

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The summary judge of the Council of State estimated that the government had taken these decrees in mid-October that risked contravening European law, and that there was thus “serious doubt as to their legality”.

The summary judge of the Council of State, seized urgently by the defenders of nature, on Monday suspended the new government decrees authorizing traditional bird hunts.

After a first cancellation in August by the highest administrative court of the country of several hunting authorizations (thrushes, blackbirds, lapwing, golden plovers, skylarks with nets or cages), the judge considered that the government had taken mi -October these new orders on the same basis, risking to contravene European law, and that there was thus “a serious doubt as to their legality”.

Final decision expected “in the coming months”

After this urgent decision “the Council of State will rule on the merits of the appeals against these decrees in the coming months”, underlines the institution in a press release.

The European “birds” directive of 2009 prohibits mass capture techniques for birds without distinction of species. A derogation is possible “on condition of being duly justified and since ‘there is no other satisfactory solution’ to capture certain birds”.

The French governments therefore issued decrees each year authorizing these traditional hunts in certain determined regions, with quotas of huntable individuals.

The Court of Justice of the European Union, seized on similar orders concerning the very controversial and emblematic glue hunt, had ruled the latter not in conformity with European law in March 2021, followed in June by the Council of State which had confirmed its illegality.

“A great and great victory” for the League for the protection of birds (LPO)

The Ministry of Ecological Transition (MTE) had however taken back eight orders for 2021-2022 for other hunts, retoque at the beginning of August by the Council of State then reappeared on October 15, arguing that the texts provide “the necessary motivations on the absence of an alternative solution, the selectivity, the judicious use and the small quantities “of birds killed.

The decrees were immediately attacked by the One Voice associations and the League for the protection of birds (LPO), demanding their immediate suspension.

“Tradition cannot justify failure to meet the requirements of the Birds Directive,” welcomed the LPO, hailing a “great and great victory”. “With such constant jurisprudence, which moreover relates to the same practices, we should have stopped there. It was without taking into account the weakness of the government in the face of the hunting lobby,” regretted the association.

The government “takes note” of the decision

“When the Council of State declared these traditional hunting techniques illegal on August 6, we would never have imagined that the government would dare to authorize them again”, for its part reacted One Voice, denouncing “the servility to the ‘with regard to the hunting lobby which, let us remember, defends a hobby and not a necessity “.

The Ministry of Ecological Transition for its part indicated that “the government takes note” of the decision, recalling that “it is now up to the Council of State to rule on the merits”.

“I have a lot of anger, bitterness, disgust,” Willy Schraen, president of the National Federation of Hunters (FNC), told AFP. “I do not understand this political and legal determination to piss off a handful of French people on something insignificant”, he added, assuring that these hunts “have no stake in terms of biodiversity”, in particular in terms of the number of individuals that can be hunted with these techniques.

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Traditional hunts: the new authorizations suspended by the Council of State

[date_timestamp] => 1635191986 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Climate: the objective of 100 billion dollars for the countries of the South achievable in 2023 [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/climate-the-objective-of-100-billion-dollars-for-the-countries-of-the-south-achievable-in-2023/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 19:51:53 +0000 [category] => PlanetachievableclimatecountriesdollarsobjectiveSouth [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=1313 [description] => An Afghan child in the Bala Murghab district, an area drained by climate change, located in Badghis province, northwestern Afghanistan, October 15, 2021. HOSHANG HASHIMI / AFP This is information on climate finance for which we can have two opposing readings. A negative, with the confirmation that the developed countries have not honored their promise ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

This is information on climate finance for which we can have two opposing readings. A negative, with the confirmation that the developed countries have not honored their promise to mobilize 100 billion dollars per year, from 2020, to help developing countries cope with climate change. Another positive, because they should achieve it in 2023 and that this goal will be exceeded in 2024 and 2025. Despite the three years delay, the sum of 100 billion could be reached on average between 2021 and 2025.

These projections come from a report published by the UK Presidency of COP26, Monday 25 October, six days before the launch of the UN climate conference in Glasgow (Scotland), which is proving crucial to accelerate the fight against climate change. “I hope this report will restore confidence and create momentum”, said Alok Sharma, UK President of COP26.

“Nothing to do with generosity”

The subject of climate finance is one of the crucial points on the agenda of the climate conference, and an explosive subject. In recent months, frustration has grown steadily among the countries of the South, faced with countries of the North who fail to keep a commitment made twelve years ago, in 2009.

Read also the archive (2009): Copenhagen, the five points of contention

This goal, partly included in the 2015 Paris Agreement, which extends it over the period 2020-2025, has become the basis of trust between States and one of the engines of climate action. It reflects questions of equity, while developing countries are at the forefront of global warming for which they are not historically responsible. “Climate finance from North to South has nothing to do with generosity, it is an integral and essential part of a global policy”, points out the German Secretary of State for the Environment, Jochen Flasbarth.

In 2019, states totaled just $ 79.6 billion, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), due to a drop in bilateral public funding and private funding. If the data for 2020 will not be known until 2022, “The goal was almost certainly missed”, conceded Alok Sharma. It will also not be reached in 2021 and 2022.

Alok Sharma had mandated, in July, Germany and Canada to work on a roadmap on the means to reach 100 billion. The two countries, assisted by the OECD, have identified new financial commitments from developed countries, as well as those from multilateral development banks. These last weeks, several nations have put their hands in their pockets, such as the United States, New Zealand, the European Union or Canada. The COP26 presidency is still awaiting announcements by the end of the year.

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) [summary] => An Afghan child in the Bala Murghab district, an area drained by climate change, located in Badghis province, northwestern Afghanistan, October 15, 2021. HOSHANG HASHIMI / AFP This is information on climate finance for which we can have two opposing readings. A negative, with the confirmation that the developed countries have not honored their promise ... Read more [atom_content] =>

This is information on climate finance for which we can have two opposing readings. A negative, with the confirmation that the developed countries have not honored their promise to mobilize 100 billion dollars per year, from 2020, to help developing countries cope with climate change. Another positive, because they should achieve it in 2023 and that this goal will be exceeded in 2024 and 2025. Despite the three years delay, the sum of 100 billion could be reached on average between 2021 and 2025.

These projections come from a report published by the UK Presidency of COP26, Monday 25 October, six days before the launch of the UN climate conference in Glasgow (Scotland), which is proving crucial to accelerate the fight against climate change. “I hope this report will restore confidence and create momentum”, said Alok Sharma, UK President of COP26.

“Nothing to do with generosity”

The subject of climate finance is one of the crucial points on the agenda of the climate conference, and an explosive subject. In recent months, frustration has grown steadily among the countries of the South, faced with countries of the North who fail to keep a commitment made twelve years ago, in 2009.

Read also the archive (2009): Copenhagen, the five points of contention

This goal, partly included in the 2015 Paris Agreement, which extends it over the period 2020-2025, has become the basis of trust between States and one of the engines of climate action. It reflects questions of equity, while developing countries are at the forefront of global warming for which they are not historically responsible. “Climate finance from North to South has nothing to do with generosity, it is an integral and essential part of a global policy”, points out the German Secretary of State for the Environment, Jochen Flasbarth.

In 2019, states totaled just $ 79.6 billion, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), due to a drop in bilateral public funding and private funding. If the data for 2020 will not be known until 2022, “The goal was almost certainly missed”, conceded Alok Sharma. It will also not be reached in 2021 and 2022.

Alok Sharma had mandated, in July, Germany and Canada to work on a roadmap on the means to reach 100 billion. The two countries, assisted by the OECD, have identified new financial commitments from developed countries, as well as those from multilateral development banks. These last weeks, several nations have put their hands in their pockets, such as the United States, New Zealand, the European Union or Canada. The COP26 presidency is still awaiting announcements by the end of the year.

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Climate: the objective of 100 billion dollars for the countries of the South achievable in 2023

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