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Now that it’s been a few days since I’ve been there, I’m really missing Rome . The city itself is extremely beautiful. Every casual walk is work taking, just because you may stumble upon some ancient ruins. 260 more words

Study Abroad

Breaking the habit...

I remember once having read a few pages, in a book by Jiddu Krishnamurti, an Indian philosopher. At my local library back in Copenhagen, I found this book that read on the front cover: “To be human”. 226 more words


Coffe & Chat Tea Latte: Kaf’bar 9

There are two of these little cute and overly hipster coffee bars in Copenhagen, both in the center. They are small and cozy but I somehow I managed to get a spot every time I visited – and it’s a real treat to be able to sit here for a while. 105 more words


Copenhagen: SAS Business Lounge

Waiting for our flight from Copenhagen to Geneva, we spend some time in the SAS Business Lounge at Copenhagen Airport. What do you think about the atmosphere? 8 more words


Copenhagen: Places to Go # 1

While in Copenhagen, we walked around a lot to see the sites. Unfortuantely, there were several churches we tried to go into that were either closed for an event, not open in general or the worst was we could not climb the tower due to weather. 106 more words

Danish Class in Dyrehaven

As a field study for my Intermediate Danish class this past Wednesday, I journeyed to Klampenborg, north of Copenhagen, to see Dyrehaven. Meaning “the deer park” in Danish, Dyrehaven is a forested area of more than 10 square kilometers filled with a huge population of deer. 470 more words

Study Abroad

Gobble Gobble

Thanksgiving came a week early in Denmark! Since I would not be home for Thanksgiving this year, my wonderful host family said we could spend the day celebrating this American holiday with all the fixings and trimmings, and new family members. 715 more words