Cabinn Hotel Aarhus
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... if there had been a problem in the deck under us or we were just waiting for the family with a wheelchair occupant whose car was down in front, but eventually they arrived and our deck was lowered and we drove off into Denmark, and heading south for Aarhus. Beautiful farmland rushed by, huge fields of barley, wheat and corn, farmsteads that looked almost like small towns. We turned off at Aalborg to refuel ourselves. Of course we may have driven through the ...
... already interesting streets. Also every so often they had little wooden crate veggie gardens
Coffee cake & a rest before dinner another late one. We met & talked to 2 different lots of Aussies 1 Italian couple from Brisbane & another couple from near Canberra. We talked to the Canberra couple for a long while they filled us in on the cruise as they get off tomorrow having started in another ...
... elegant simplicity as the walls are painted white and there aren’t a huge number of decorative items. However, they often boast frescoes and the pews are ornately carved and the cathedral was no exception, with pews dating to the mid-1500’s and frescoes older than that and yes, it was quite long!
The museum was several metres below the present ground level and it was the site of excavations in the ...
I finally landed in Denmark!!
It was a long trip to get to Denmark, but after 16 hours I made it. I flew out of Boston to Frankfurt, then flew over to Copenhagen, then on to Aarhus. My flights were long and it was chaotic getting around the airports because of going through customs and not being able to understand German or Danish, but I managed. I was very surprised that I didn't go through customs in Denmark, but rather in Germany, and ...
... 85% living in the cities. The landscape reminded us of Northwest Ohio but with a few rolling hills, which one does not have in our area of Ohio, where the county dump has the highest elevation. There were numerous farms raising wheat, which had not yet been harvested, corn and we think potatoes. ...