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Classes have officially begun and the last few days were suppose to be about developing a routine. However it has mostly included getting lost to class, figuring out whether the metro or bus is the best way to get into the city for class, and where the cheapest latte can be found. None of these answers have yet been found. But I have definitely gotten to know the area better! Contrary to popular belief, my Danish professors ...
... made a fantastic lasagna for dinner, and Gabby came over and insisted we come back to her apartment with her, which is on the 'cool' side of town. We ended up just talking with her and her roommate for a couple of hours, which was lovely. The topic that sticks out most in my mind is that of dating - in Denmark (according to the girls), there is very little PDA, and Gabby said that no one even holds the hands of their partner unless it's a ...
... This well is consisted of panels that you can flip to make the color painted on it's opposite side. People spell things out and whatnot here, so we partook in the fun!
We sent our friends on the Canal tour, where they passed the "Dome of Visions." It sparked their interest, and so we went after the tour. On their website (http://domeofvisions.dk/featured/) I found some information about it:
"Dome of Visions must show innovation in construction ...
... Denmark, the entire Zealand, the ěresund Region, and a large part of southern Sweden (not only Scania). It is the largest airport in the Nordic countries with 24.1 million passengers per year in 2013 and one of the oldest ...
... I arrived in Copenhagen, left the plane, got my luggage, then left the airport. I got a ticket for the train at one of the counters and then headed to the station. It was just below the airport, easy to get to, once i was on the train, 15 minutes later i was at the central station – too easy. I then left the station,
found the hostel, checked in, but it was too early to do this, so i left my bags in storage and went for a walk.