BEST WESTERN Jørgensens Hotel
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... hanging out with each other.
On my first weekend in the dorm, Fastelavn (pronounced fest-a-lown) was celebrated. It is the Danish mardi gras and was described to me as Halloween but with happy costumes. The kollegium has a bar here and it opened for the celebration around 11pm. However, most dorms had a pre-party beforehand where the floor would celebrate together. It was cool seeing all the different costumes and I realised that the Danes can drink! They can ...
... bag the groceries so didn't know that you had to buy the plastic bags (if you didn't bring one from home). I only had my handbag and it was my weekly shop, so there was a fair bit of groceries! I attempted to walk the 25 minute journey home balancing all the items in my arms (rather precariously) but it was failing miserably. Luckily, an lady took pity on me on my journey home, waved me over and gave me a supermarket bag to put ...
We saw moose, boars, oxen, arctic foxes , red foxes and brown bears as well. The boars were quite aggressive towards the little baby, not letting it eat too much, but the baby was persistent, and changed positions every time it was kicked out of his.
We had lunch there, which was nice and we sat outside in the lovely weather we had been treated to.
After lunch, we went to feed the goats, but they ...
... further throughout the town, right up to the top of the hill, where Horsens Prison is located. Ida said it's like the 'castle' of Horsens, because it's a gorgeous building on top of the hill. It's a museum since its closure in 2006. Before that, it was used as a jail for 153 years, since its inception in 1853.
We walked around the museum for a few hours, and I was really interested by how honest the prison was about its own history, ...
... They were too cute to be real...yet apparently they were.
The buildings were all quite colourful and were made out of a combination of wood and brick.
We saw a lot of people walking around wearing what looked like a smaller version of a white sailor's cap. This is what people who have graduated from high school wear for a few weeks when out and about. These hats come with many traditions. If they have the biggest ...