First Hotel Atlantic
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFirst Hotel Atlantic Århus
This hotel has parking attached.
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Monday, 13th July Arose at 6am to make the ferry on time, third in line so we sat in the car for an hour and a half before driving on, our park was at the front of the upper level, a metre from the edge! We clambered up the stairs and grabbed a window table with a bench and single seat. In hindsight a wise move as there didn't seem enough seats, …
It was a little tricky extricating ourselves from our tight berth but as there was no wind we managed it without mishap. As soon as we were out of the harbour we were able to deploy the sails and with that, at 08:15 we were sailing. Initially we stayed within the buoyed channel that goes fully ten miles out to sea but after about 3 miles, we could safely leave it and head in a more southerly direction, with all of 5 metres under the keel. The contrast ...
Slow start, scrambled eggs for Sunday brekkie. Drove across country to Kolding. Denmark so far is all flat! We saw several deer in Farmer Bob's field, nibbling the best new shoots of his crop. Kolding has a most interesting castle, Koldinghus. The building dates originally from 1268, but many fires and other catastrophes had caused several rebuilds. A wonderful royal residence was almost burnt to the ground in 1808, ...
... a number of new friends tonight.
But the highlight for me was this:
I was looking through a friends profile (casually stalking) and came across a post that was like worthy. It said: 'you need to out more stuff on your wall so its more interesting to stalk you'. ...
... 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 ...