Last Day in Denmark!
Today we woke up to a very rainy morning as we got ready for our last full day in Denmark. After an early breakfast, we took a bus to the train station to get to Kronborg Castle, better known as Hamlet’s Castle. When we arrived we were blown away by the beauty and intricate architecture of the castle, and spent our time walking around the dungeons, ballrooms, and balconies of the historic landmark.
Upon exiting the castle, we were happy to observe that the rain had stopped, and the clouds had cleared up just in time for our second round of shopping. We took the train again towards Copenhagen, and on the way were able to take a bus through Phil’s old hometown. Phil shared stories about his childhood as we drove past his grandmother’s house, which was in a very nice neighborhood.
When we arrived in Copenhagen, the team split off into groups again to have a quick lunch and finish off souvenir shopping. After a few hours, we got back on the train to go home for dinner with the Danish girls. We met in a cafe and exchanged goodbyes and thanked them for their great hospitality. Then, we headed home and packed our suitcases in preparation for tomorrow’s long flight.
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