I come from a small town in Jutland, where the people are completely still and quiet.
- But this is something completely different here in Copenhagen.
so begins Nicklas, 15 years and from Herning, a letter to the nation! to be - yes, 15 and from denmark, and on a visit in the capital.
- The first thing that happens, is to take the S-train into the main line.
- I get so into the train and then bother the two transparent doors do not open for me.
- I will, of course, a little stressed about the doors not bother to open - and I stand just there and look like a clown. I think it is pretty unsafe one that you can't figure out how to open a door.
- I'm looking me so little around to signal that I need a little help with this door.
- And I get eye contact with a woman who just says 'you just need to open the door'.
- Uh, yes, it is, of course, that is the problem, and I actually thought that I was the last 20 seconds had shown that I don't 'just' be able to open the door.
- I say so back 'will you help me with it. and she looks a little strange on me, but she goes when went to the door and, hey presto, a movement of the arm and the door opened.
- I said of course thank you and went in, and sat me.
- It was not the best start to the day, but the since although just be even worse.
- For when I come out of the train and is on the way up to the escalators on the main line, come to ask me in the left side to the escalator.
- where I come from we don't have escalators, but I have seen escalators in the film, but that exactly was the rules for where you should stand on such a, the idea I as not.
I got in each case, high and fast to know, that I should go to the side of a very busy person.
- Okay then.
- overall, - after 5 days in Copenhagen - I think, however, that the people is very quiet and tranquil, but when it comes to the small things, you not just can find out or do wrong, so they do not show much respect.
- Perhaps it was a good idea, that people from Copenhagen take a trip to Jutland, and learn to behave a little more quietly - just as it is a good idea that I have been in Copenhagen and tried the automatic glass doors and escalators.