Gl. Skovridergaard, BW Premier
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... metro will cost around 35 Danish Krone, which works out at about £3.50, this may change depending on the size of the journey.
The currency in Denmark is the DKK Danish Krone. The exchange rate means that £1 is currently kr10.5. This makes calculating the price of things during your stay relativity easy, provided that your maths skills are okay! Some of the coins have holes in the center which is rather unusual when you first receive your ...
... be horrified with what we have now! Then again, we can fit our tv, radio, camera, phone, notepad, music played, gameboy and phonebook into one pocket...
What I found most interesting was Henriettes reaction when she saw a fake person? Mannequin? Giant person model thing?
... how long it would take. The highlight of our drive to Odense and perhaps of the entire day, was driving over the Great Belt Fixed Link. It might sound cliché, but this is an engineering marvel if ever there was one. It connects the islands of Funen and Zealand and consists of two bridges, both more than 6.5 kilometres long! The one bridge is a suspension bridge with pylons towering more than 250 metres above sea level and a road deck dangling 65 metres above the ocean ...
... open-air museum of its kind, concentrating on town culture rather than village culture, and to this day it remains one of just a few top rated Danish museums outside Copenhagen.
On the way back to the ship we have time for one more museum – The Viking Aros, an ancient Viking town (circa 770) located by new excavations within the old ramparts in central Aarhus.
... tame pieces sometimes made my arm hairs rise. Down a level, I went through a photography exhibit. A Danish man hitchhiked through America, taking pictures and building relationships, never refusing an offer. He slept in strangers’ homes, in their beds, on their floors, and learned much about American poverty. Many homes he stayed in were merely four crudely assembled walls with no running water or electricity. A few ...