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Travel Blogs from Århus
... about their villages and buildings in Denmark and how Harald the Blue tooth was persuaded to abandon the Norse pagan gods for Christianity. We also visited an 11th century Lutheran church ( it only became Lutheran later). We ran into the Aussies again and had dinner with them and a retired dentist and his wife from Chicago. Off to bed now as we have to get up early for a train ride to Berlin and the concentration camp. All the ...
... for them in your pockets, which meant that it was pretty congested at the start of the enclosure. They didn’t let you walk very far!
We walked on to the wolves, and saw a presentation. We couldn’t see them for ages, until we realised what we thought we rocks right at the top corner of the place was actually the pack of wolves. The presentation was all in Danish, but I was waiting for her to feed them with ...
... soldiers lit a big indoor fire and great hall collapsed into the royal chapel. Denmark was broke, so the castle was left to rot. In the 1980s, a plan was made to rebuild. Rather than recreate what had been, 2 Danish architects planned to repair crumbling walls, enclose outside walls in a new shell and put in 3 floors of walkways and open stairs, creating an award winning unique reconstruction now renowned throughout ...
... create art pieces that just line the beach in the southern part of the city. After getting lost and having the sweetest woman help us, we got to the event. The sculptures were all pretty neat, even though most of us are not all that into modern and contemporary art.
There were pieces we thought were really cool--especially the message in the bottle, strings on the poles, and interactive pieces. The interactive piece brought you inside this giant ...
... 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 ...
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