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Travel Blogs from Snekkersten
... was just a bunch of scribbles on every painting. Far too existential for my taste.
Cafe night with my Danish Class- We took the metro to Frederiksberg and had dinner as a class and then wandered through the nearby park. Our professor pointed out where an ice
skating rink is in the winter and also a tree with thousands of pacifiers tied to it. This is where parents take their kids to leave their pacifiers when they ...
... and there is a 7-11 on every corner here too) Copenhagen is so different from the US in that it is much more relaxed; nobody rushes or honks their horns. It is not overcrowded or overwhelming but very peaceful everywhere we go. I am incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to be here for 4 months and look forward to sharing the rest of my adventures with you all! Thanks for hanging in there (for those who did) for this long post and hopefully you will hear from me ...
We had a nice nap before dinner and went to the Grill room which is part of the Nimb and known for great steaks. When we got the menus the steaks are all Omaha beef and we were thinking that we might be getting a Danish rendition so Deb got the trout and I got the Danish Lamb chops all great. The real treat was the starter which were Danish Lagastinos yum!
In the evening we went to the concert by Danish group Outlandish, a ethnic Latin hip hop which ...
... to having out at a table with the most random group of propel ever. A guy from Alabama who lives in Germany now, a few people from England of which only two knew each other, two Finnish women, and then us. They were great company and we stayed at the hostel for a good while but ultimately our crew hasn't eaten so we invited everyone to trek with us to get some food and to our surprise everyone wanted to hang out. We ate some pizza and kebap ...
... Todays first stop was The Blue Planet, Copenhagen's relatively new aquarium, and supposedly largest in Northern Europe. A few stops by metro and train (regional) and we were there. It was ultimately disappointing. Modern yes, some nice tanks, but small, standard, horribly overcrowded with obnoxious children, one story, nothing special. Octopus and crab petting the highlights.
From here we headed back to the metro via an ice cream stop. For ...
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