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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
We met up with Arbor house, yesterday. The Masons landed yesterday morning and we saw each other on the Stroget aka The Walking Street. In an hour, Matt and John joined us as well. We also met some other University of Michigan friends, Michelle and Scott. The rest of the day was spent hanging out together. We all took took a canal tour of the …
... coordinator of the youth sports program who shared with us a little bit about his background and what he does. He mostly went off on tangents about his life though. The area of Nørrebro was very interesting though because it is considered the "ghetto"of Copenhagen due to its large non-ethnic Danish population and housing projects, but by American standards it seemed a perfectly nice neighborhood. I never felt unsafe as I would in many parts of DC and there ...
... br> Ever since the circus festival, I have had this dress that is ‘my style’. I have been amazed, because they exist everywhere here.
Nowhere in Australia. So I am making the most of it here.
This dress is in a similar style as my French one.
And it had caught my eye since I got here.
Surely this was telling me something.
And the fact, that I haven’t brought a single ‘souviner’ since I started ...
... would sue. It was dark, easy to get lost, and a touch slippery in places. Of course, that's how dungeons are supposed to be.
The next stop on the tour was Fredensborg Palace, the Queen's summer residence. Of course, since she's living there (in theory) we only got to see the outside, and not the inside.
The last stop started with lunch. We were pretty starving, so instead of waiting in the long line with the rest of the bus, we ventured into the town a ...
... installment. Till then, here
are some photos of the surrounds, and I’ll post more later. I love you all! God
bless you from Europe!