Copenhagen, as it’s meant to be seen

Last weekend I saw Copenhagen as it’s meant to be seen: from a bicycle.

Sadly, this is not the bicycle I was on. But I wish it were.
Sadly, this is not the bicycle I was on. But I wish it were.

An excursion to the German embassy to apply for a residence permit turned into a weekend-long trip to Denmark’s capital city. Instead of my usual diary-style narrative, I’m going to write you a “listicle” (list + article) around a topic: Copenhagen on a budget. Continue reading “Copenhagen, as it’s meant to be seen”

Being a tourist in my own city (and in Copenhagen, too)

Last weekend I got a visit by the illustrious Tommy Flanagan, a fellow PLU alum who’s currently  teaching English in Germany on a Fulbright.

Me and Tommy. This is my "ecstatic" face (not really)
Me and Tommy

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