Yes I am actually in Copenhagen! As you can see below, I finally took some pictures and successfully posted them to this blog. YAY! Today DIS took us to Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød, a town north of Copenhagen. The castle is now a museum but used to be the palace and home of the Danish… More Week One Summary
This week just keeps getting more and more interesting. From getting lost en route to the train station, searching for authentic Danish smørrebrød, arriving to survival Danish an hour late after alarm failure, riding a bike home with about 50 pounds of books, failing to lock my awesome yellow bike, watching Obama’s inauguration with a… More It takes getting lost to find your way
I’m here! Currently sitting in my room at the Jeppesen’s house, thinking that this has been the longest day of my life. But so far so good. I already met some cool DIS people on the plane to Copenhagen and the hellish registration/check-in that lasted from 7am to noon. It was great to share our… More Arrived! Happy and Exhausted.
St. Pete, Florida: 57 degrees and sunny Brunswick, Maine: 11 degrees, feels like -3, partly cloudy Copenhagen: 36 degrees, feels like 26, mostly cloudy Ok so a cold front has finally penetrated the grossly warm Florida winter. I was hoping for some warm sunshine on my last day to stock up on my supply of… More Hot and Cold
Jeez, this week has been dragging by so slowly. I don’t know what to do with myself. So I haven’t been doing anything of course. Today is my preliminary packing day. Supposidely. However, I slept in till noon and have only managed to eat cereal, make a cup of coffee, bask in the wonderful sun… More 3 more days: Fashion crisis