Helnan Marselis Hotel
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... for shorter periods of time. In fact, we would recommend wet storage for anybody that needs a boiler for emergency stand-by. A word of caution, make sure the temperatures in your boiler room do not dip below freezing.
For wet storage we recommend the following steps:
- Inspect the boiler and clean it if needed
· Fill ...
We had a nice breakfast with Anne then hit the road. In Flensburg we went on a shopping spree for fear of the high Scandinavian food prices - but the supermarket was so close to the Danish border that we suspect it to have adapted to Danish prices anyways :D Although Hannes kept saying that Denmark looks like Germany only more boring, the landscape changed to a lot ...
... 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 ...
... is of a cool, fresh wind blowing virtually every day. It’s a strange world isn’t it?
After a bit of blogging in preparation for uploading the last few days in the morning, it was time for bed. By now the clouds had gone and we hoped to see a promised spectacular display of shooting stars as it is the time of the year when the Perseids pay us a visit. Alas, they were too late for us, sleep took over and if they did pass overhead, well they weren’t witnessed by ...
Our bus tour consists of 44 members. It is unlike the small group I had for my first European trip that I took two years ago, so it is doubtful that I will get to know everyone. However, there are a few that I can see spending some additional time with as the trip goes along. I will describe these couples, families, and some individuals as time goes on.
We arrived at Aarhus, pronounced “Oar-hoos”, at 4:30, ...