Hotel Djingis Khan
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For the first two weeks of 'university', the exchange students were allowed to settle in before the arrival of the Swedes and real class began. To help us adapt to the new culture, everyone of us was enrolled in a short SUSA (a Swedish language) course for the two weeks to teach us the basics of the language and also some of the cultural norms. Although this didn't count for any credit back home, learning some of the basic foods, etc proved to be pretty useful. ...
... wine right there with your lunch! Nathan and Sarah went for the super-fresh fish and chips, and I got the highly recommended by Sarah duck baguette. Yup, just a fresh made mini-baguette sandwich chock full of roasted duck meat, with some light salad greens and mustard. Copenhagen is totally winning at lunch.
The rain had let up a bit, so we made our way to the pedestrian street shopping area. Again ...
... to Rosenburg Palace..the home for the Royal Jewels but with the tourists in town the queue just to buy tickets was about 20 minutes long so we gave it a miss.. A slow amble back via Stroget again found us at The Dubliner...yes, an Irish pub in Copenhagen so we stopped for a drink & lunch of sorts. Retreated to hotel when the showers eased and re packed our bags for tomorrow's flight. After dinner we ambled our way around The Tivoli Gardens but took no rides. Next stop ...
... Despite the women's drug use, they understand that it is not good for children to see people using drugs or leave needles around, and that it actually inspired many of the women to want a child of their own and that they often had to counsel the women as to why this is not a good point in their lives for a pregnancy. She also said that in this area the first thing children are taught is to not pick things up off of the ground, such as needles. I really enjoyed the tour ...
... museum of Denmark. There was way more to see there than we had time for, but there is a very good kids wing, which includes a Viking longboat. It also includes a big area exploring Pakistani culture, which suggests that the Danes are being pretty careful about making sure that their immigration policies work out. We also visited the Viking history bits of the real museum. 23andme informs me that I am almost 10% Scandinavian, which came as a bit of a ...