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... places we visited like the Rosos museum and the Old Arrhus and arboretum. Always a hearty meal for me and the girls. Today we waked out the water and sat on a man made beach the walked back and the girls had a plate full of mussels. I woke up with a cold sort of and now back at the appt writing a blog..
We will be traveling out of the city next week as Kasper is off for the week and we hope to see more of Denmark with Jeannie and Kasper..
Just a week and a half left!!
... of treats so the house didn't feel so empty. We also did a shop shortly after landing, which was entertaining to say the least since Alex and I had not slept at all and had trouble thinking up menu items (bought lots of ground beef, liquorice candy, and chips...). Thankfully, we found out today there is a nearby Fakta that carries everything we need to supplement our previous efforts.
After keeping ourselves up late on Sunday night (8:00 pm), ...
... went to get the camera out of her handbag. And all three of us had a heart-attack.
No, not a real one.
As she was pulling the camera out of her bag, her keys fell out of bag and landed...3cms for the edge of the boat.
Oh wow! We were lucky to have keys!
When we left, we were looking at all the little houses along the canal. They are gorgeous houses, that have a long front yard, ...
... the things that weren't available. It would have been a much shorter conversation had she just said, "You have the option of either a hamburger or the Sunday roast". We chose the Sunday roast, which was lovely. The service was extremely relaxed (as elsewhere in Denmark), but we really enjoyed the food and (quiet) atmosphere.
Back at our apartment, we realised that not only did we need our own towels, we also had to make the bed ourselves. Strange, but at least everything was ...
As previously mentioned, I have been waiting for a sunny day to take some pictures of campus. Finding such a day is no easy task, since Aarhus seems to have only two types of weather conditions. Those being: "rain" or "about to rain". Today, however, has been a rare gem and I have taken advantage of the prime conditions.
The campus at AU is absolutely beautiful. It is definitely a nice change from the concrete ...