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Travel Blogs from Århus
The first week of the semester has just wrapped up and it has been a full-on week! I moved into my dorm Monday afternoon and there is just something about setting up a place yourself! It is nothing fancy, but it is home for the next 5 months :)
This week has primarily been about settling into a routine and getting used to how things work in Denmark - there have been a few learning curves and I'm sure there will be many more to come!
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We were paired up at dinner last night with 2 older couples from California and Australia. We had quite an engaging discussion about many things before retiring for an on demand movie. This morning after breakfast we took in a free photography class and then after lunch went ashore for our Viking tour. Apparently the helmets with horns are fiction and the Viking conquest was made up of simple peasants wanting to explore Europe. ...
... a foreigner accessing the internet, I’ve no idea.
We found a Kvickly supermarket ( Danish equivalent to one of our supermarket chains) and thus laden down and just before the next shower, we got back to the boat for a quick cup of tea before being joined by our guests. We had a lovely couple of hours with them, swapping notes and horror stories about hitting rocks (Vitrix has been there it seems!) , getting props tangled with lines in various parts of the world (they ...
... moments. It sounds cliché I know, but travelling without pre-arranged transportation or even planning, making decisions sometimes based on instinct and very often on last minute, is becoming a major part of this trip, and I start to understand more why “it’s not the destination, but the journey”.
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We Arrived in Odense at about 10am, which is pronounced "Oh-then-za". It was here that we stopped for lunch. Prior to lunch we visited the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875). Hans was born here in 1805 and moved to Copenhagen at the age of 14. His boyhood home was turned into a museum with his whole life depicted in pictures, stories, and other artifacts placed in a timeline as you walked around in a maze like ...
Other places to stay in Århus
Midtbyen, Århus | Hostelfrom $64