Sorry I haven’t been keeping up with posts lately; each day has seemed to come and go too rapidly. I am out of Michigan and now Sweden for the next five months! Studying overseas taught me so much about myself and other cultures, and I know this experience has already done the same. I haven’t even been here one full week!
I began my travels in Canada; Michiganders have the opportunity to fly out of Toronto for affordable prices! From there, I went to Iceland where I only had a one hour layover! Thankfully the airport is small and I’ve been there before! The semifinal destination was Copenhagen where I spent the night and enjoyed the city for a little bit.
Things to do in Denmark: get lost because it’s a beautiful city, visit the Queen’s Palace and the Little Mermaid statue.
Things not to do: get too lost when you are freezing, it is dark, and you are trying to find your way back home!
All in all, Copenhagen brought out so much of Denmark’s beauty and I would definitely go again in a heartbeat!
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Beautiful post – it’s so dark and snowy, but looks so enchanting! I have been to Copenhagen over Christmas but I only spent two nights in the city, so not that long either, and felt I needed some more time. I want to come back in the summer perhaps!
Looks like yuou had a very good time (or day) in Denmark! I utterly enjoyed Copenhagen (here’s what we did: http://traveluxblog.com/copenhagen/) when visiting a few months ago as well. It’s definitely a beautiful city!
Thanks so much for the comment! I’ll be sure to check out the link! I loved Copenhagen and I hope to go back soon!
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My pleasure! Copenhagen is just too amazing to not come back 🙂