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Knowing what you know now, would you still move to this city?
I would definitely move back if an opportunity should arise that is not with the embassy. - Jul 9, 2016
Absolutely. - May 1, 2014
It has been a solid experience, but I don't think we will come back to Europe. - Feb 8, 2014
I would have visited, but I think I prefer continental Europe. - Aug 7, 2011
Yes, but with different expectations. The way of life is much slower, which has pros and cons. Customer service is much worse in Denmark, and things are just done much slower. Most shops are closed after 6 p.m. on weekdays, and closed completely on Sundays. Saturdays have limited hours as well, normally closing between noon and 2 p.m. Living on an American schedule in Denmark is challenging, as we generally do not get as much vacation time and work more hours in a day/week -- sometimes difficult to do when you see Danish counterparts taking 4-6 weeks of vacation at a time. But because leisure is a way of life, there really is a lot to do. You just have to take advantage of it when you do have the time. - Jul 22, 2011