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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Sleep-In Århus
Clean rooms and bathrooms on the same corridor. With "linen provided" they don't only mean that duvet covers are provided but also the duvets, i.e. read "full bedding provided". The individual bed lamps did not function and there were now power plugs in the dorms. Breakfast is a pit pricey but tasty and organic.
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So we arrived in Aarhus about 9am, and felt suprisingly fresh. It was pouring rain so we stayed in the train station and explored the shopping centre there while waiting for it to subside. There we bumped into our Danish language teacher Maiken (we are becoming local, running into acquantainces). Maiken is lovely and was up for a chat, as she was …
... with everyone else, you're thrown when you realise that what you're singing is not the lyrics being played and the song isn't even in English!
I also saw my first handball match over the weekend. Before coming to Denmark, I thought handball was the primary school game of four square. It isn't. It's a cross between football and basketball, where the aim is to throw the ball into the net. It was quite fun to watch - the atmosphere was really good as everyone was cheering ...
On the road first thing to get to Legoland. The parking lot was probably about a kilometre from the entrance and there were a lot of people - an understatement. The formal Lego village was great! Amazing buildings and lots of moving trains, cars, boats, etc. Legoland also has an amusement park with lots of rides - very much like a small Disneyland - very busy! Next stop was ...
... see Aarhus was way too limited, since the whole point of me being there was to get a ride to Odense later that afternoon. This ride was pre-arranged on a Danish website for car-sharing, a practice which has become more and more famous around Europe. For half the price of a bus ticket you can get to the same places and ride with cool local people…everyone saves money, an the environment says thanks.
So I just strolled around Aarhus, checked one of ...
I have officially been here for one week. Orientation is winding down, today we just had a boring tour of the library. Yesterday we finally made our way to the law school ("Jura") and toured around where our classes will be. The law department blindsided us with a lecture on the international sale of goods and economic recessions, which was most unappreciated. What we thought would be an introduction to ...