- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Aars
... and it was only shortly after 9! Very strange. When we've run out of other business ideas, we are opening cafés in Denmark (and Belgium) as we definitely think there's a breakfast gap in the market. Back to the campsite for a very strange conversation with a confused foreign lady and back to Prego. Tasty brek of ham and eggs then a walk for Prego. We'd been hoping for a repeat scorcher but there were funny white things in the sky that made ...
... were soon safely alongside and snug. All that we wanted to do today was visit the supermarkets, some distance away, a good mile/ mile and a half from memory. I say from memory as we were last here in 2013, on the way back from Sweden on the 8th & 9th August, with a newly-repaired boat after our altercation with the uncharted rock (more shortly).
The walk into town takes you along a river, quite a scenic walk ...
Today we went to a Scandinavian deer park with Ida and her boyfriend, Mathias. Mathias was able to borrow his mother's car, so he picked us up from Ida’s place and we travelled to the zoo. We weren’t sure exactly where to go, but after a few wrong turns, we made it.
The zoo is more of an open-range style, with the Scandinavian animals. It covers 450,000 square meters, so there was certainly lots of walking. They ...
My trip to Denmark started on Tuesday when I boarded a plane from Beijing to Stockholm, then another from Stockholm to Copenhagen, before taking the 4 hour train from Copenhagen to Aarhus, the town where my friends live.
It was 3am when I arrived, with my friends Anne and Ida excitedly meeting me on the platform, but the sun was already rising, having set not long after I boarded the train at 11pm.
We took a taxi back to ...
... a truck before…it’s ******* high. I even struggled to throw my backpack up to reach the seats before I got in. The guy who picked me up had seen me walking on the highway before and asked me what the hell was I thinking. I explained the situation and he was glad to take me all the way to Aarhus, my next stop, as he was going closer to that city. He was a great guy, very positive about life and had a really cool schedule for a truck driver, only ...