Hotel Maritim Skjervoy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Pulled into Aarhus (pron, our house) at noon today. Apart from a load of washing and a late breakfast we pretty much had a stress-free morning. Aarhus is the 2nd largest city in Denmark and is a major container port. Larger ships unload containers which are forwarded to smaller towns further north by smaller ships, or else by road or rail. So we wandered around and made our way towards a re-created ...
... a bit of a frustrating visit. "These 4 posts with intricate carvings were discovered in the corner of one of the ships. What were they for? No one knows, what do you think?" was a bit of a theme. We got back to Helle's and packed in preparation for tomorrow. I have been roped into giving Jess a lift to the airport on my way to Copenhagen, which is fine but she needs to be at the airport before 5am, and it's over an hour away! She's regretting not paying the extra ...
... along this waterfront area there are market stalls set up and selling the most amazing array of seafood, both fresh and cooked. You can partake of delicacies from prawns through to whale meat, Norway still being a large consumer of this "politically incorrect" food. Around the fringes of the fish market other stalls are set up selling their specialities, Reindeer burgers ! Moose sausages etc. While all this looks tempting I refrain from sampling any of what's on offer. Doing ...
... in Europe and Oslo is the fastest growing city. Norway has a well-liked monarchy. Our guide wasn't very good. We couldn't understand what drives the economy but the guide said the big industries were fishing and oil. According to her, Norway is the second biggest exporter of oil after Saudi Arabia. Many of the workers are municipal employees and we couldn't figure out how they could afford the very expensive apartments. We went to the Homenkollen Ski Jump where we saw ...
... an authentic ooom pa pa band. Looked a lot like American square dancing...
Going back to the city only took twenty minutes via bus for an early dinner at TGI Fridays which is adjacent to the Clarion, same type of menu as at home, but at three times the price! Welcome to Norway, richest and most expensive country in Europe!
The next day we store our bags and travel back to the City Hall. The entrance has a series ...