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And week 2 begins. These weeks have flown by but it’s also felt like we’ve been here for at least a month. I think we have all been trying to cram in as many activities as possible with the looming threat of the dark, cold winter right over us. It has already started to set in. But anyway here are some highlights of my past week.
Rundetårn- In English it's called the round tower but it’s this big brick ...
... crossing many major roads with 3 lanes of bikes at certain points). Here we were able to sign up for various activities with locals: sports teams, religious clubs, volunteering, etc. I signed up for a tutoring program and learned more about the Studenterhausen which has great discounts for DIS students including 10 Kroner for coffee and a croissant. That's about $2 which, trust me, is a screamin deal in Copenhagen.
I had my first taste ...
... 25), a fountain with funny little dragon and a bull fighting a big dragon, a statue of two vikings blowing a huge curved horn, and tons of tourists, street performers, pickpockets and so on.
After the city hall we walked along the main pedestrian street (called Strøget) lined with shops, cafes and filled with crowds of tourists. We also took a number of side trips to see various churches, tiny streets, cafes, a ...
... the very first carriages used by the royal family to the ones they still use today including the carriage that Prince Frederick and Princess Mary rode in on their wedding day. It was a very interesting visit but I was still pretty peeved about the horses! We join a guided tour of the palace which is excellent. This palace is not lived in but is where the Prime Minister has his offices and where the Queen receives guests and hosts dinners and parties. It's beer o'clock and time to ...
... really "get" why it's so popular with tourists.
Next we went to a palace that is now a museum, Rosenborg Palace. We were able to see rooms on the first 2 floors and also to see the Crown Jewels. The jewels were spectacular though many of the pieces haven't been used in a hundred years.
After that we visited the church where Prince Frederik was married in 2004, it's Lutheran ...
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