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I traveled to Europe by myself for a month starting three days after I turned 18. It was fantastic. And to afford everything I wanted to do, I needed to keep my sleeping arrangement costs low.
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We had breakfast at the hotel and got picked up around 8:30am for our tour. After we collected everyone, we drove for two hours to a gas station/rest stop. There we picked up snacks/lunch because there is only one place open during the winter/early spring time for food, so it is just better to grab stuff.
We had a slower but full day today. We slept in until 8am before getting ready for the day. We had breakfast at Sandholt again, getting coffee, yogurt (they were out of Skyr :(), and pastries. We took off from Sandholt to the Harpa building, which is the music/opera hall. Super cool building!
Today we “slept” in until 7:40am. We got ready and headed around the corner to a breakfast spot called The Laundromat Cafe. The inside was very cool, kind of setup like a bar. In the middle, the “bar” had books lining the shelving all the way around. Super cool. We sat down and ordered coffee and a basic breakfast. I noticed next to the WC sign that there was a picture of a washing machine. You can actually do laundry here!
Woke up at 6:45am and realized we both slept through the night wonderfully, minus one sleep interruption around midnight. We packed our day bags and headed downstairs for hotel breakfast, which mainly consisted of coffee, Skyr (Icelandic yogurt), and eggs. We filled up our water bottle and headed outside to a giant white lifted jeep.
Town car was 15 minutes early, which was perfect because we had just fed the cats and could use the food as a distraction to slip out the front door. We had a calm, stress-free drive to the airport and everything went smoothly. Except for the TSA checkpoint.