Hotel Ritz Aarhus City
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- Continental Breakfast
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... in a car but somehow not a lot in an 11 ton boat with 15 knots of wind blowing you sideways! Still, the German owners of the respective boats were helpful and relaxed and helped us with our warps and we were tied up safely by 17:30, in time to enjoy the lovely evening sun and have dinner on deck.
We were also pleased the learn that Julie’s brother & sister &partners, John, Cherry, Susie and Ian respectively, had arrived at ...
... lining up to the play the poker machines everywhere. Apparently on the seas its OK for kids to play, and their parents certainly let them! Again the trolleys loaded with six cases of beer, a group of young people had industrial strength trolleys, and we didn't see them after they went down to the store! Finally (the trip took only three hours) we pulled into port in Frederikshavn, Denmark. Down to the car, where we sat and sat, our section was the last off. We ...
... so that was fun.
We decided that boys with beards or stubble were more attractive (not completely true but anyway) and then I spent the next hour walking around with the top of a jenga box on my head as
I am just that cool.
Then we ...
... of abstract work and indeed, most modern art that we have come across). We’d decided that we would divest ourselves of our overtrousers before we went to the church, not because of any sense of decorum, rather it had stopped raining and the sun was out, at least temporarily.
Whilst we do like visiting Scandinavian churches, there is only so much that one can say about them in that for instance in Denmark, they ...
... we couldn't read the menus, so we searched for words on the menu we could easily translate. We ended up with pizza--which was really good and full of herbs--because the word "pizza" is the same in Danish, so is "pepperoni," and we figured out "ost" means "cheese in Danish. We wanted to try some other places, but we weren't brave enough yet because of the language barrier.
We did all decide that the Arabic food from Senor Pizza was probably not the best of choices though.