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We took the train over the Orsund bridge to Malmo. Sweden is so close - we were there in about 30 minutes. We spent the day discovering Malmo - a little taste of Sweden. The sky is blue and the lady in the shop said we have been so lucky with the weather. Another great day. LOL - the wind farms in the sea OMG - not as many smokers - so many people smoke in Denmark everywhere Steps - ...
... br> Alex and Rosie...meet everyone.
Everyone...meet Rosie and Alex!
We got talking about heaps of stuff, and then decided to play jenga (with half a box) and cards
while drinking what were supposedly apple shots.
They tasted like licorice, which ...
... with a stuffed koala?
Yeah, that's when Jane's friend walked in to meet me.
GREAT FIRST IMPRESSION LISA. GOOD JOB ONCE AGAIN!
And then, somehow....I ended up doing a circus show in the loungeroom!
I traded chair balancing and ...
... I have one question – as almost all ancient sites are below ground and require excavation – where has all the soil etc come from? Is the world getting fatter?? There’s a thought. Anyway, back in the 900’s Harold Bluetooth was the big cheese and Aarhus (Aros as it was called then) was a fortified town. The excavations had unearthed both dwelling houses and small semi-sunken buildings that were where ...
... lost and overshot the guesthouse by 2 blocks, but did eventually find it.
Our professor from Harvard met up with us at 5:30p.m. and then took us on a 3 hour walking tour of the entire city. Nobody quite remembers where anything he showed us was because the city is set up a lot like Boston, in the sense that it was not designed to become a city but as it grew more and more streets were randomly added. Overall, the city makes a giant circle ...
Other places to stay in Århus
Midtbyen, Århus | Hostelfrom $84