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We left London while it was still asleep this morning at 4:30. I was very sad to go, but excited to see what the next 3 countries bring. We saw sooo many things and got to do so much it blew my mind! Now we are out to checkout Denmark
... each other before some people went to Spain. After exploring the city we had dinner at my favorite cafe. It's called Cafe Paludan and it's a hyggelig cafe a few minutes from my dorm that is filled with books and has the worlds best goat cheese burger. After dinner we reconvened with the rest of my building and all went to the bar Torst a few blocks from us. Brad and I challenged a group of Danes to a foozball game but unfortunately lost. The next day we started off with a late brunch ...
I went to breakfast at a café today with my circus girl.
Danish cinnamon pastry! Finally!
Then it was off to discover Copenhagen!
I went to a place called Christiania first, somewhere the guy at the hostel recommended.
He told me it was a city within a city, that lived differently from the rest of Copenhagen.
He wasn't wrong!
(I stopped at a café on the way, because I was lost...and I got told I was in Copenhagen...gee thanks!)
... Before I continue I want to give you a quick overview of my first impressions at this point: 1) Everyone is GORGEOUS. Not just pretty, I’m talking model beautiful. Not to mention that they all have such amazing sense of style that 9/10 Danes look like they just walked off of a fashion shoot. 2) They bike everywhere. The director of DIS is pushing 80 and rides 30 miles to work every day. Not to mention the rumor going around is that there is 400% tax ...
... found a nice cafe to eat lunch at. We were a bit rushed, but the food was good and we got to sit down.
Frederiksborg castle, like the others, burned and was restored. Also, at various points it was sacked but the Swedes, so many of the items that were originally there are in Sweden currently, or were stolen and melted down.
We started in the church, which was amazing. Unlike other Protestant churches of the time that were built as stark as possible so you ...