First Hotel Atlantic
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... home team and people would clap and dance along to the music playing. I found it quite interesting that not only can the players receive yellow/red cards, but the coaches as well if they complain too much from the sideline about a call the referee has made. I only saw yellow cards being handed out but it would have been interesting to see what would have happened if the coach had been red-carded! Apparently, they have to go sit in the stands away from the game to cool-off!
... 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 ...
... of connecting to the internet. We’d got so used to the very convenient Comviq ‘mifi’ device in Sweden that we wanted something similar for Denmark. Sadly, we found that it isn’t possible in Denmark to buy such a device, you have to have a Danish address (the same one as associated with your social security number ) so that was out. We could use a hotspot in the marina and pay for time that way, which in fact we did. Quite what the difference is, in that one ...
... in height) cathedrals in Europe, did a picnic on the park, read a bit, strolled a bit more…filling time for my ride basically.
The final journey to Odense was joyful and easy, with four of us in the car and just an overall chat about ordinary and not so ordinary topics.
Although this was just a day moving down the country, with close to none sightseeing and surely a lot of walking and sweating, still felt fortunate to be ...
... 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% ...