We took our time getting ready in the morning, having another cup of coffee with Jack and slowly packing. On our way to the station to take a train back to Copenhagen, where we would then catch our train heading to Hamburg, we stopped by the grocery store to try and spend some of our Swedish money. We ended up buying a mix of candy, including the very Swedish black licorice covered in salt. We said goodbye to Jack and then headed back to Copenhagen.
Once in Copenhagen, we bought lunch in the station, trying to spend the rest of our Danish money. We succeeded, spending all but the equivalent of 50 cents and getting a filling lunch to eat aboard our next train.
On the way to Hamburg, a young German sitting across from us heard our accents and started asking us questions about our trip around Europe and what we thought about Germany. He was very friendly and even gave us his email in case we had questions or ever traveled to where he is now living. When he left, he quickly pulled out a balloon and made us a balloon animal, explaining that he worked as a clown in his spare time, which was very funny and random. We ended up giving the balloon to a young boy sitting across the aisle, who quietly and cutely responded, "danke shoen".
We arrived in Hamburg around 7 PM and easily found our way to our next Airbnb room. Our room was in a great, modern apartment with a very open living area and a great kitchen. The host showed us around and invited us to use anything we wanted, including the washer and dryer and the espresso machine. After resting for a little while, we went out to find dinner. We walked to a few streets suggested by our host, but ended up returning to a small Indian restaurant that we had seen earlier. We had a great, filling dinner and returned to the apartment. After working on some blog posts, taking showers in the luxurious bathroom, and planning out our next day, we went to sleep.