City Hotel Oasia Aarhus
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So we arrived in Aarhus about 9am, and felt suprisingly fresh. It was pouring rain so we stayed in the train station and explored the shopping centre there while waiting for it to subside. There we bumped into our Danish language teacher Maiken (we are becoming local, running into acquantainces). Maiken is lovely and was up for a chat, as she was meeting her ex husband and daughter for a day out. We eventually said our goodbyes ...
... I have one question – as almost all ancient sites are below ground and require excavation – where has all the soil etc come from? Is the world getting fatter?? There’s a thought. Anyway, back in the 900’s Harold Bluetooth was the big cheese and Aarhus (Aros as it was called then) was a fortified town. The excavations had unearthed both dwelling houses and small semi-sunken buildings that were where ...
... my passport in Denmark. I think it's once you get into a EU country, you can get to the others without needing to stop at customs every time.
When I arrived in Aarhus, I immediately found somebody else from the Harvard program and we tried to find the guesthouse together, which was an adventure in itself. The map we were given was not very clear, especially when we were trying to go over a major 6-lane intersection with our luggage. ...
... yummy restaurant
that served a buffet of Mediterranean food. The meal was not expensive and the
service was really good. Definitely a place we would all go back too for
The snow has all but melted away
now and everybody is in hope for warmer weather. Bring on spring…
So to finish off this week, we
had our family dinner, which was prepared by the English boys. We had roast
chicken and vegetable with gravy.
... mobility or in wheelchairs.” The reason for that remains, to Cianan and I, unclear. They picked us up in a gigantic bus and drove us about a half mile to where the walking would begin. We could easily have walked that. Then, we didn’t walk so much as slowly stroll. We strolled so slowly that, at one point, we were passed by among other things a tortoise, a snail and a glacier. I have seasons pass more quickly than ...