Hotel Randers

TorveGade 11, Randers, Jutland, 8900, Denmark | Hotel
Prices starting from $144.00
 

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Aarhus Denmark

A travel blog entry by brandontrustee

3

... about their villages and buildings in Denmark and how Harald the Blue tooth was persuaded to abandon the Norse pagan gods for Christianity. We also visited an 11th century Lutheran church ( it only became Lutheran later). We ran into the Aussies again and had dinner with them and a retired dentist and his wife from Chicago. Off to bed now as we have to get up early for a train ride to Berlin and the concentration camp. All the ...

Scandinavian Deer Park

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

29

... she brought in a bucket, including a full pig’s leg. The wolves didn’t move from their place, though, and apparently didn’t feel like the food.

We also saw polar bears, who were wandering around their enclosure. The Mum and her three kids were separated from the dad. We also saw a presentation there, but unlike with the wolves, the polar bears were hungry, and they ran for the food wherever the keeper ...

Movies

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

7

We had another late start today. Ida came over to Anne's place after 11 with fresh bread rolls for breakfast.
After breakfast, we chatted about what we could do today. They asked me what I wanted to do, but seeing as I'm not too familiar with Aarhus, I wasn't sure what would be a fun thing to do. I suggested going to a sand sculpture festival that we saw when passing on the bus yesterday, or going to the movies, and they said we should go to the ...

Week 3: Busting out of the Copenhagen bubble

A travel blog entry by kdraper

35

... Kulling) that was built by Christoffer I in 1268 and then rebuilt and added on to by many many other kings after it burnt down/was destroyed/changed from an armory. A lot can happen in 750 years. After Hans Christian Anderson visited for inspiration (castles were very trendy muses at the time) and saw people remodeling their kitchens with the stones from the ruins a law was made to protect the castle. Instead of rebuilding the castle they decided to ...

Danish hygge (coziness)

A travel blog entry by xplorersarah

8

... reasoning behind this became obvious on Friday, after a whole day of rain as well as the cold weather (which Frederik keeps on telling me isn't that cold), my original plan of going out changed. You can be promised warmth and comfort at your own or a friends house and not necessarily a pub or club. Danish hygge (coziness) is a prized concept as well and designer living gets its origins from over here. The home of Ikea, Sweden, is the country just next door. ...

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