Cabinn Hotel Aarhus

KannikeGade 14, Århus, Jutland, 8000, Denmark | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Århus

    Mckenzie Corp: Boiler Storage Tips

    A travel blog entry by quarrieoriard on Aug 10, 2014

    ... volume.

    · Close up all manways and handholes

    · Next place a sign on the boiler so that nobody makes the mistake of firing it without removing the absorbent material. This sign might read as follows:

    · Attention - moisture absorbent material has been placed in the water side and furnace of this boiler. This material ...

    Leaving Germany behind

    A travel blog entry by moritz.keim on Aug 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... system has maps for Slovenia and Croatia but neither Denmark nor other Scandinavian countries :D We managed to find our way into Copenhagen nonetheless and were greeted very warmly by Kristian and his (very pregnant) wife Misha. We had a great homemade dinner and went to town. But Monday is not the best day for a night out, so we came back quite early to fall to ...

    Long drive to Luxembourg.

    A travel blog entry by stevebinfrance on Jul 21, 2014

    1 photo

    ... 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 ...

    A Happy meeting

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 12, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... 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 ...

    To travel is to live

    A travel blog entry by fendall on Aug 15, 2012

    19 photos

    ... We made our way across Zealand and crossed the Great Belt Suspension Bridge that led to Funen Island. This bridge was completed in the late 1990’s and is still considered the world’s largest suspension bridge. In traveling across Funen, we passed many wheat fields and small farms. It was pointed out that Denmark is the largest exporter of Pork in the world. It is also interesting to know that 66% of Denmark is farmland and 16% ...