I am in love with Copenhagen. I don’t know if it is the enormous amount of people on their bicycles, or the awesome picnics that can be held on any area where grass can be found, but I am pretty sure I loved everything about this city. Not to mention, that I felt very safe and comfortable at all times, including walking to the bus stop with all of our luggage at 3:30am in order to head to the airport. Apparently we brought the beautiful weather with us to Denmark, because it was sunny and perfect every day. Mollie convinced Mallory and I to jump off ledges at the beach on our first day, which was a very chilly—but refreshing—experience. We ALL have to try EVERYTHING, apparently. No man left behind. Tivoli—which is like a cute little carnival/amusement park—was one of the top things on our “to do” list. We met a guy named Danni on the bus, and he decided he’d be our personal tour guide for the day, convincing us to ride every single ride in the park. I’d say my favorite thing about our trip to Copenhagen was renting bikes, and I wish that we’d rented them for more than one day. For only $12, you can bike anywhere and everywhere around the city. Camilla, a friend of mine from Sweden, works in Denmark and was in Copenhagen with us. She was our “personal tour guide” for the day, taking us to places we never would have found on our own. I definitely want to go back to Copenhagen when I can afford to shop and eat at the amazing restaurants! Loved this place. A Copenhagen Top 10 list can be viewed on theQuest blog.