Cabinn Hotel Aarhus
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Cabinn Hotel Aarhus
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Cabinn Hotel Aarhus Århus
Travel Blogs from Århus
... their alcohol! This is going to make not being a big drinker rather interesting I can imagine. One thing you will notice at Danish parties/clubs is that old-school songs are really popular- more so than current music. I have heard so many songs from 90s and early 2000s, even going as far back as the 60s and 70s! What makes it interesting however, is that often the songs will have been translated into Danish, so when you hear the song come on and you're prepared to belt out the ...
... awful. We got to Esch sur ?... , The Seven Hotel about 17.30. Very modern, looked as if it were an add-on to the adjacent restaurant. Room 711 was on the first floor, all rooms start with 7. Lovely room looking out onto the park at the front. Very nice meal in restaurant that ...
... walk) in order to pay and thus secure our berth and also to invite Christine & Pat over for drinks later. The pontoons were very slippery and twice I almost fell and recalling the time in Ireland that I ended up in hospital as a result of slippery pontoons, I elected to walk on the stone path that ran in parallel.
By now we were quite in need of some fresh food so in between showers, we headed off into Aarhus in search of a supermarket and also to try to find a ...
... next to where I could get a bus directly to the centre, but not conviced I walked for another half-hour until I realized it was stupid to keep walking as the bus would do the rest in less than 10 minutes.
Shortly after, a bus showed up and upon realizing the bus driver wouldn’t take no money or sell tickets, and the machine for that was actually at the back of the vehicle, I decided to pretend I was paying but in fact rode for free.
... Pedersdatter (1788-1870). Christen was born in SonderBork Parish, Ringkobing Co., Denmark, and resided in Thorslunde, Kundby Parish. After Christen died, Ellen emigrated to America and died in Fairfield Township, Gundby Co., Iowa. So, you can see, I do have some ties to Denmark, and because of that, this has been an interesting start of the trip, to see if I share some similarities in looks as well as mannerisms with the Danish ...