BEST WESTERN Royal Holstebro
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Room and facilities so so, but friendly staff and good breakfast.
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... soft drugs on the street and is full of graffetti so it will be an experience.
All education including uni, masters degrees is free (you actually get paid an allowance), all health care is free even specialists but their taxes are super high.
There water has a LOT of calcium in it, making all cups and cutlery look dirty. I'm not sure if it is added or just their water.
Vegemite is illegal here due to the added Vitamin B. ...
... like to display their flag EVERYWHERE. There is many little boutique shops in Viborg. My accommodation is right across the road from the university (which is literally two buildings, SO small). The accommodation is quite basic but nice, there is a lot of international students. In my class there is 8 from Australia, 6 from UK and 1 from Denmark. In the accommodation there is a lot of Romanians, italians, a few from Copenhagen, a ...
... back we checked with our guide when would be safe to return to the mainland, we had two hours so with that we took a quick walk around the village before moving on.
We drove north, and now have set up camp with spectacular views along the beach front of Lemvig. If only the weather was better, Ben would of been sure to have a dip. Met a group of young Germans/Danish that were having a bbq and a surf, had a couple of beers with them and a ...
... into town. First impressions of Copenhagen were not great they have a festival on in different districts called Distortion this weekend which you would think would be fun but in actual fact this day it was is Vesterbro and made it very seedy and an interesting feel to the area. So we checked in and went to bed... It was late and Emma still hadn't stopped from working so it worked out for us. Hopefully when the sun is out our perception of Copenhagen will change ET blogs home.... ...
... for lunch (nachos and espresso (no soy) I was surprised that it was quite lovely, the meals are huge though. Back to hotel for a rest before dinner with Emma and her work friends from UK, where we ventured to a local restaurant who couldn't fit us into their restaurant so served us sitting in the pub across the way, the fox and hound where we tried a shot of licorice and pomegranate for a drink and ...