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... the royal family. He also and told us the history of many of the buildings which have been repurposed from use sold by the Royal family to something that can be enjoyed by everyone in Denmark. We learned more about some of the places we visited on our own and saw some additional things we hadn't seen. We got to go into one courtyard around apartments. The courtyard was mostly cobblestone and had a pretty little garden. There were also 2 cars parked there ...
... of wine we were served may or may not have enhanced these feelings of fulfillment but suddenly, I forgave the world (and the guy who made me crash and rode away) for my earlier accident. Copenhagen, you are too clever to stay mad at. After what felt like the longest and most dramatic day in a long time, I resigned to my sleeping quarters and was out like a light. Oh also my bruise is the size of my entire flat hand and is black. It's terrifying.
... the mermaid used to be and take photos of the rock.
All the parks in the city are filled with people wearing their swimmers, had their
tops off or bras only soaking up the sunshine after a month and a half
rain and a long dark winter. The river has been cleaned up and there are now swimming pools on the river which were are very popular.
Went off to the Danish Parliament at the Christianborg Palace. Had a good wonder around there. ...
... limit. Dismounting the bike proved to be quite a challenge, and I fell a good 3 times resulting in what I thought was a broken foot (have to get good use of my travel insurance somehow!) Overall, I had a bittersweet trip to Copenhagen- catching up with them for a week was incredible but not knowing the next time I would get to see them again ended in a sad goodbye.
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 ...