City Hotel Oasia Aarhus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... began to follow a canal. We opted to take a side street. On that side street were several buildings that were obviously very old. There did not seem to be a straight or plumb line on any part of the buildings.
Within a couple of blocks, we found the Aarhus Cathedral in the Latin Quarter; so had nearly all our shipmates. It was very crowded. The cathedral construction began in 1190. Additional expansion work went on ...
... rental in Aarhus. It is a very pleasant apartment - unfortunately on the fourth floor! It is close to downtown and the owner arranged for a parking permit because the parking is restricted. The owner is an architect who has also been involved in the design of one of the Lego series. We walked a bit in the neighbourhood including down to the beach which is on the east coast of ...
No, I am not watching more Back to the Future...that's not the reason I have McFly as the heading!
But that would work for BTTF now that I think about it....
Today, I went to Jakob's English class as a guest thing. Thing, yep...I am a thing!
When I got there (got lost on the way), I went with Jakob up to his class.
I don't reckon I would have been standing there for more than 5 minutes, when one of his ...
Our first weekend in Denmark!
We spent our Friday night having our welcome dinner at our professor's apartment and getting to experience open-faced sandwiches--the food staple of Denmark. I wasn't totally impressed, but I did hear that some of the sandwiches were better than others, so I'll try again.
Saturday, a group of us decided to go see an event called Sculptures by the Sea. It's an event that takes place during the month of June, ...
... from a different era. It was rather interesting.
After an hour and a half, we got back on the bus and made a short little jaunt over to our new hotel. The hotel was the Scandic Arhus City, which had just opened up for the first time within the last month. Everything was very modern, and we were very impressed with the upgrade from what we had to endure the last few nights. We had a couple of hours to get our room in order and ...