Friday, May 22, 2015

From Reykjavik to Copenhagen

Today was a travel day. We left Reykjavik early this morning and traveled to Copenhagen, where we had the opportunity to do some exploring and get familiar with the city before we have free days tomorrow and Sunday.
Today was a travel day. We left our hostel in Reykjavik early this morning and went to the Keflavik airport, where we found that our flight had been delayed several hours. We spent the extra time in the airport relaxing, playing card games, and planning our time in Copenhagen.

After our three-hour flight to Copenhagen, we took a bus to the Generator Hostel, where we will be staying for the next few days.

After getting ourselves settled into our rooms, we all had the opportunity to explore the city on our own for a couple of hours in the evening.

We will have tomorrow and Sunday to ourselves to continue sightseeing in Copenhagen. There are amazing places to visit here, and we look forward to exploring the city!

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