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Travel Blogs from Århus

Back in Denmark.

A travel blog entry by vickia on Jul 13, 2015

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... chuffed! First stop the Jorn Utzon Centre, part museum part working centre, filled with his life and work, amongst which of course is the Opera House. He grew up in the town, his dad was a Naval architect. We had a good chat with the staff, bought a scarf then walked around the “castle” and into the square for lunch. The old town was neat, after a look we headed off to the stones. We've mentioned before that the Scandinavians, despite their great ...

The 36-hour road trip

A travel blog entry by gunduana on Oct 25, 2013

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... to Ringkobing and subsequently to Esbjerg in order to also check the "North Sea"-box of our bucket lists. It did some time to get to Silkeborg, however, since apparently there are two in little Denmark, or at leat my navigation system thinks so. Our slightly crooked route can be viewed here, on Google Maps:
On returning back to Göttingen ...

Exploring Aarhus

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 13, 2013

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... worked. I didn’t understand or get to find out quite what the advantage of building a workshop that was a metre below the ground level before the walls were erected – shortage of big trees perhaps?? (that wasn’t meant to be serious). Anyway, it was a free museum and quite fun. We successfully fought the impulse to spend £12.00 or more each at the modern art museum and after a quick visit to Kvickly to buy ...

Flying In

A travel blog entry by kimmy.ranae.92 on Jun 11, 2013

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... 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 ...

Scandinavian Travels + Germany Part 4 Nor/Den

A travel blog entry by beverlystravels on Sep 02, 2012

65 photos

... street. Since it was nearly past the noon meal time, this brazen woman (me), walked in and showed them the photo.
We asked them if they recognized the back yard of another photo, thinking it might have been the same place. He came to the conclusion it was across the street and they were ...

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