Arriving in Atlanta allowed me to find a dozen others with uniforms - going to Sweden via Copenhagen. The 9 1/2 hour flight was made better by having a talkative person from Mississippi who was a historian documenting the Grant memoirs. He had lived in Copenhagen for three years and was going back to visit friends. There were a few tips he gave me for the one day we will have there shortly.
Once in Copenhagen, it was a scenic 2-hour bus ride to the Jamboree site. Arriving at the check-in point brought back memories of England when I was the one checking people in. After the two hour line, we took another bus to the IST camp where we received our paperwork, tee-shirt and patches. What I was to do for the next two weeks was on my paperwork but all in code. One more day would reveal that detail.
The first couple days are always confusion as to where to be and what to do. Most jobs are to be done by IST and until they arrive, most things don't work well. Day One is to understand where to be on Day Two.