We decided to take a taxi to the airport, since the tram thing seemed a little. Implicated and the cobblestone roads were hard on our luggage. It was extremely expensive as taxis go, but well worth the money. We had downloaded an app called “NorgesTaxi” and precooked our taxi, much like Uber, but a reputable taxi company. The driver was there 10 minutes early and I already knew what the price was. He drove very well and carefully and we were there in 20 minutes. We had already checked in online, but when we arrived there were no humans to take your bags or help you in any way. We were able to scan the phone with the QReader and get our boarding passes and luggage tags. We put the luggage tags on our luggage and then took our luggage to a conveyor belt. The bags were weighed and apparently passé because the bags were whisked away. We hoped we had put on all the stickers correctly.
We walked to our gate and waited for our flight, which left on time. We arrived in Copenhagen on time, picked up our bags and went to the arrivals door where my previous student, Freja Vluff, was waiting for us. The line for a ticket for the train was very long, so she just used her card and we took the short trip into town. Our room was not ready, so we stored our luggage in lockers and followed Freja around for about 4 hours, seeing nearly everything in the city. We finally parted and we checked into our room. The check-in process was also nearly humanless. We entered our information and printed out our room keys, retrieved our luggage and went up to our room. Again, our room is a little strange. We are in a hostel, but we have a family room with 6 beds, a shower room and a toilet room. The beds are bunk beds and are very comfortable. We are using the extra beds for our luggage. It is all very clean and neat.