Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center
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... dryer day! I went to my beloved Living Room Cafe in between classes and then off to the National Museum. The museum was giant and really you need 2-3 days to completely appreciate all the artifacts and information it houses. Some of the exhibits included Middle Ages, Renaissance, Vikings, 18th century city living and more. My favorite part was the pre-historic Ice Age and Stone Age period of the first "European settlers" into Denmark and other ...
... stay warm, and then walked to the canal. She had never tried a pølser before, so we had those, and then walked to the canal. Afterwards, we came back, relaxed a little, and then hung out with friends again.
It is so so bittersweet to start saying goodbye to people, but our time here has to come to an end at some point. I am continuing to enjoy my last few days here, and I will be home on Tuesday, December 23rd. I cannot believe the time to leave is so soon!
... go from door to door with collection tins, collecting money. When they knock on your door, they sing "‘Boller op, boller ned, boller i min mave, hvis jeg ingen boller får, så laver jeg ballade’ (‘Buns up, buns down, buns in my tummy, If I don’t get any buns, I’ll make trouble’) Because this act is similar to trick-or-treating, this holiday is sometimes known as the Nordic Halloween. So why are they singing about buns? Years ...
Well folks, this is the end of another adventure, as tomorrow we start the long journey home.
we have just had 3 full days here in Copenhagen,. Unfortunately our run of good weather came to an end and it has been a bit wet, but it has not prevented us from seeing a lot of this city.
a hop on/off bus combined with a canal boat tour ensured we saw all the famous sites, such ...
... due to start yet i went and got a coffee and wandered around the square.
When the walking tour started, there were a lot of people from a cruise ship that had arrived over night. We were split up into groups and started the walk. We walked down various streets, covered the court house, canals, went past the royal palace/ parliament, we were told stories, we saw statues, including one that was underwater. We made a ...