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On to the Tropical Theatre after dinner for the "Welcome Aboard" show - tonight featuring a couple of Sports Acrobats. The lady and man were a team and by the way the gent handled the young lady, probably VERY good friends !! Very athletic and strong.
Back up to the buffet to raid it for some fruit and biscuits to stash in our cabin in case the midnight munchies attack us. And back in the cabin by about 9:45pm.
It is a lot colder than ...
... t able to get together - it was funny to be so close on the other side of the world!
So that was our slightly underwhelming time in Copenhagen and I still felt off colour when we got home, so Peter cooked tea and started the pack up. You can't do every destination to the max! We just enjoyed the ambience of the area and the sight of thousands of bikes everywhere, (parked at the station without locks!), the detailed recycling systems ...
... me the pronunciation is the same as if someone was punching you in the stomach. Fun Fact of the Day (today): Our apartment is directly above a dance studio, in which we can hear dance music from 9am-9pm daily. yay! Ps. I have made contact with my visiting family (a Danish family assigned to me where I can meet with them over the course of the semester to learn more about Danish culture) and will see them in the near ...
The next morning I was woken up by a call from the family having their Christmas dinner. I snuck out to avoid waking Steph and I think I was speechless for about two minutes.
I wasn't sure if my eyes were deceiving me. A Christmas miracle. It was actually snowing. I had nothing to say other than shouting to the family "IT'S SNOWING!"
After calming down and wishing everyone a merry Christmas, the logical thing to do was to drag Steph outside with ...
One of the main campuses, Solbjerg Plads, has a cafe called Nexus that students go to throughout the year. The school has taken into consideration that this cafe is for students, and so the prices aren't too high. I've gone there before and the food isn't too bad. The cool thing about Nexus is that every Thursday night, it turns into a bar and is known to be the most popular bar for beer in Copenhagen (on Thursday nights). Each week there is a ...