Hotel Ritz Aarhus City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... hanging out with each other.
On my first weekend in the dorm, Fastelavn (pronounced fest-a-lown) was celebrated. It is the Danish mardi gras and was described to me as Halloween but with happy costumes. The kollegium has a bar here and it opened for the celebration around 11pm. However, most dorms had a pre-party beforehand where the floor would celebrate together. It was cool seeing all the different costumes and I realised that the Danes can drink! They can ...
We left at about 8.15 and having got some fuel got on our way. A bit of buggeration cos the Merc GPS didn't know about a motorway north of St Étienne. Anyway, thanks to Ipad we got onto the motorway north of Lyon. It rained intermittently all the way and round Macon ...
... a couple of friendly Danes pointed to a berth with a red plate on (ie not available) and said that they had never seen a boat in that slot so why not use it? To make the point, one of them turned the red plate over to expose the other, green side and said 'there, it’s now available!’ and so it proved and we tied up in the enormously wide box berth in the rain (another shower); we were to experience them all day.
I went over to the main harbour area (a good ...
... Denmark, long hours but lot of days free per month as well.
It was a smooth ride, really enjoyed riding on a truck for the first time. You see the road on a different perspective, feels very safe and you don’t feel any bumps or anything.
We got to the outskirts of Aarhus around 2:00PM, but as I was still some 8 km or more outside the centre, I hitch-hiked again to get closer. A gentleman with a kid on the back seat stopped, drove me a ...
... on my father's side, Elbridge Gerry Fendall (1860-1926) married Anna Sophia Christensen (1865-1944). Anna was the daughter of Hans Christensen (1828-1907) and Karen Kristine Petersen (1830-1920). Hans was born in Thorslunde, Kundby Parish, Holbaek Co., Denmark, near Copenhagen. After their marriage in 1854, Hans and Karen emigrated to America in 1858, landing in New York City. Hans was in turn the son of Christen Jorgensen (1784-1858) ...