Most travelers arrive by plane, as the land borders have become a bit less friendly during 2016.
Which route to take?
I would advise via Iceland, if you are coming from North America. Why, you might ask?
Source: Google Maps
Well, it has just the right conditions for travelers on the way to Denmark.
Let’s compare the size of these 2 Countries:
See. Other than Iceland being a bit more lopsided, then the size comparison is about right.
Relax in the comfort of Iceland, before you take on Denmark. Get acquainted with their funny words, and try your hand at pronouncing the Native Language, in preparation for you visit to Copenhagen. Are they laughing at you? Are you looking for the nearest lava rock to bash some heads in?
Can you say “Police Brutality” in Pure Icelandic?
If they don’t deport you from Iceland back to Northern America, then continue on to Denmark. It’s kind of like getting the card in Monopoly that tells you to “Pass Go” and “Collect $200”.
I feel like a winner every time I’m allowed to leave Iceland, before attempting another foreign Country.
Now you are on the plane on the way to Copenhagen. It is now time to review, what you have learned along the way:
- How to pronounce Foreign Words, without knowing what they mean
- How the inside of a Foreign Jail looks like, sharing a heated cell with someone named Olaf
- Being restricted to the inside of the Airport, when you return home again, or face criminal charges.
Use these experiences, and the rest of what you learned about being handcuffed and gagged to better enjoy your visit in Copenhagen.
It might be a good idea not to insult the Royal Family during your first day in Copenhagen, otherwise you might be visiting the inside of a Danish Jail with someone named Knud!
Unless you like that type of thing?……………….