Tomorrow I go to Copenhagen, Denmark.
All I know about Copenhagen is that:
1. They do this a lot - ø - which is the most challenging letter I've faced since learning that ß is pronounced like an s.
I looked up ø and, wow, was that a mistake. I read that the ø is a monophthongal close-mid front rounded vowel and that to non-rhotic English speakers it sounds most like the vowel in "bird". At least I recognized one word in that sentence: BIRD.
ps: Am I rhotic?
Until I learn what the ø is called, and maybe after, too, I'm just going to call it o-with-a-line-through-it and avoid it at all costs. Or totally stalk it, I haven't decided.
2. Old King Christian IV's throne in Rosenborg Castle is made of solid gold and unicorn horns.
3. Joanna MF Friberg, who I haven't seen in eight years, is going to be there!