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... on our way. Free of charge visit though, and the exam was more formal at a desk. The hospital looked nice anyway. I wanted to take Monica to Christiana at the vegan restaurant I ate at the week before. It was so good tonight too as I got another rice dish but it had a purple looking sauce. Monica took a picture I will have to find later. We enjoyed a good meal and wandered around Christiana for a while. We sat on some logs that over looked a ...
... kalkun), cheese (although I had to ask a woman what kind it was, because I couldn't read any of them), and even found some chocolate!
My roommates made dinner tonight, we decided it would be easiest if we paired up and cooked together for everyone instead of everyone trying to cook for themselves. Tonight we had a pasta with spinach, zucchini, sausage, and tomatoes and a glass of wine!
Later on, we took a walk ...
... hills so it's easy (in exertion terms) but it does pay to have your wits about you because there are so many bikes on the road it can get a little crazy. A few tips on pedalling around: 1. STAY IN THE LANES: There are dedicated bike lanes and cute little bike traffic lights all through the city. The lanes are normally wide enough for at least 2 bikes side by side - just remember to keep right unless overtaking! My also ...
Day 12: Today we continued on our travels and today we are going to Helsingborg. When we got there we went to Toy World Sweden. It was a toy museum about toys. We saw lots of displays of toys and we saw Playmobil displays and collections of characters from TV shows, movies and ...
... abroad. I will always remember the time I "randomly" seemed to converge in Copenhagen, Denmark with my fraternity brother and a "long-lost" Swedish friend!
This upcoming Thursday-Sunday, I have my largest school-sponsored trip. I will be traveling with the Butler group to Sevilla, Cordoba, and Grenada, Spain. Each of these cities are in the south and are supposed to be beautiful with lots of history. Keep an eye out for my next post when I return early next week! ...