Helnan Marselis Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
TripAdvisor Reviews Helnan Marselis Hotel Århus
Travel Blogs from Århus
... leave a lot to be desired in the use of signs to give directions to monuments and places of historical interest. Finally we made it to stones. Lindholm Høje exhibits burial sites from both the Germanic Iron Age and the Viking Age – 682 graves and 150 stone ships have been found on the site. North of the burial site was a village, and here, remains of houses, fences and wells have been discovered. The area was severely troubled by sand drift, and ...
Early in the morning, while still at sea, we could feel the ship rolling. The wind whistled through our balcony doors. The wooden hangers in the closet banged against the closet wall.
When we awoke, we could tell the weather was not good. The ship approached the dock with two tugboats. That is unusual since the ship is normally able to dock under its own power. Over the intercom, the captain informed us that the tugboats ...
What a day!
I got up at a semi decent hour and went to Skype my parent.
Well, I would have if I didn't get the day wrong! Its supposed to be tomorrow!
If only I had this type of punctuality with the rest of my life!!
Then we went to Den Gamle By, ...
... we got back to the boat.
At 18:00 we presented ourselves to Victrix and her owners and I handed over the limes, only to discover that they'd made a special visit to get some, bless them. Still better to have too many than too few, limes were important in that Pat & Christine were going to serve 'dark & stormy’ cocktails (Jamaica rum, ginger beer and a slice of lime – very nice indeed and ...
... separated by uptown, where we live, and downtown, which is the old city. We were so jet-lagged and so exhausted that I don't even recall a lot of the details he was telling us about different places, but we are going on a historical tour of the city soon, so I will actually pay attention then.
I am living in a guesthouse with 7 of the girls on the trip and we all share a communal kitchen, so we had to go grocery shopping after our tour ...