Lasby Kro & Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hammocks hiding in the corner of the room where we spent the rest of the time just being lazy and sleeping!
In the centre of the vibrant city lies the Christianborg Palace the former home to the Danish Royal family. Residents until 1794 when they moved to Amalienborg Palace where Queen Margrethe II and her family lives. The architecture of not only this building but most of the structures in the city centre are picturesque and nice to look at.
... the size of mine. And she is a great chef. I made breakfast once or twice, but I always woke up before her. I got very lost one day and walking around the outside Aarhus one morning and then I couldn’t get ahold of her it was interesting. Haha we ended up finding each other and enjoying some bubble tea (without tapioca). Aarhus went by very fast with some amazing company and amazing food. ...
... Sea on the east coast. It was the first day back at the books for all education levels today, but there were still people making the most of the sun and mid 20s temperatures which was a little nullified by the strong wind.
The driving was more interesting with more hills and bends in the road so every corner brings a new view.
Then it was into Arhus and the Den Gamble By - a model village of sorts with buildings ...
... bag the groceries so didn't know that you had to buy the plastic bags (if you didn't bring one from home). I only had my handbag and it was my weekly shop, so there was a fair bit of groceries! I attempted to walk the 25 minute journey home balancing all the items in my arms (rather precariously) but it was failing miserably. Luckily, an lady took pity on me on my journey home, waved me over and gave me a supermarket bag to put ...
Today we went to a Scandinavian deer park with Ida and her boyfriend, Mathias. Mathias was able to borrow his mother's car, so he picked us up from Ida’s place and we travelled to the zoo. We weren’t sure exactly where to go, but after a few wrong turns, we made it.
The zoo is more of an open-range style, with the Scandinavian animals. It covers 450,000 square meters, so there was certainly lots of walking. They ...