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When you think of “Superhighway,” do you think of the 405 in California, 75 in Michigan, or a popular vehicle highway in your town? Well in Gladsaxe just outside of Copenhagen they think of the Bicycle Superhighway!
What happens when everyone does not live in the city or near the jobs? Where I’m from starting at 6:45am on weekdays you see the vehicles on the highways ...
Luggage finally got here! I've worn the same uniform for a week in Iraq so it wasn't a big deal to me but I was beginning to think my classmates might not enjoy it. However, iraq prepared me for only having one pair of clothes for four days. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger right? So today we did a scavenger hunt. Honestly it seemed hokey and it was but it taught me how to navigate through the city, so it was time well spent. My limited Copenhagen history lessons ...
... bit dodgy but good enough, I'll post pics later, we settled in and decided to go to a supermarket. Bought some stuff to eat, noticed that a case of 24 cans of Carlsberg is $16, and went back home.
Later we went to Nyhavn, checked out the really great harbour (translates to 'New Harbour') which reminded us a little of Pier One in Sydney - but with a cool European touch...Luke and I bought beef sandwiches from ...
... No. Just stop. Cycle home and ditch the wheels for a couple of bags for life. Enough said.
Day 6: Hand signals. The stress of the left turn. A number of notches up the learning curve occurred here; apparently throwing your hand up to one side means "I am stopping" and most likely also "I am stopping so please swerve excessively around me as I wobble into an unbalanced halt". Also, who knew it would be ...
... bikes, and we stop for coffee in (apparently) the smallest coffee shop in town, with seating for 8. Coffee is better. We finish riding and home by 4pm. Enough time to rest up and ready ourselves for dinner. Kim, our shipping agent whom I have worked with for ten years but never met, has invited us all out to dinner at Kong Hans Kaedler, a previous one Michelin star restaurant (which they unfortunately lost in ...