After three days and four nights in cold and (surprisingly and apparently unusually) sunny Copenhagen we took a Norwegian flight from Copenhagen to London.
We flew into Gatwick since it was the cheapest option and while I don’t know how easy it is to go to/from the other London airports, getting to and from Gatwick wasn’t the most enjoyable experience.
My host mom recommended EasyBus, a company run by EasyJet that offers shuttles to and from a variety of different airports, including Gatwick/London. Since it was cheap and easy, and it had my host mom’s recommendation, I booked it for my friends and I.
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The last week was our first “pause pédagogique.” We had a week off from classes, so three friends and I planned a trip to Copenhagen and London! Continue reading “February Break Part I: Copenhagen”
I’ll be honest, the main point of this post is to do a mini photo-spam of the last week and a half-ish in addition to talking about my plans for break, so it’s going to be a long one.
It’s kind of crazy that I’ve already been in Nice for three and a half weeks. It feels like I just got here! The last time I was in France, it was for a three week program, so it feels amazing knowing that I’ll be here for three more months.
NOW FOR FEBRUARY BREAK!
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