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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... castle houses an enormous collection of old and modern glass and an even greater collection of silver. Also, this month, displays of modern silver as a joint British/Danish venture, that were fantastic to look at. As it had been the seat of government at one time, I am sure our Princess Mary has been there several times.
Next drove to Denmark's Lake District , the only part of the country with few a gentle ...
... create art pieces that just line the beach in the southern part of the city. After getting lost and having the sweetest woman help us, we got to the event. The sculptures were all pretty neat, even though most of us are not all that into modern and contemporary art.
There were pieces we thought were really cool--especially the message in the bottle, strings on the poles, and interactive pieces. The interactive piece brought you inside this giant ...
... num camião sequer…é alto como a merda. Até me vi ā rasca para lanįar a mochila para cima do assento antes de entrar. O rapaz que me apanhou tinha-me visto a caminhar pela auto-estrada antes e perguntou-me qual era a ideia. Expliquei-lhe a situaįão e ele ficou contente em me levar todo o caminho até Aarhus, a minha paragem seguinte, porque ele ia para perto dessa cidade. Era um gajo mesmo bacano, super positivo em relaįão ā vida e tinha um horário ...
... from a different era. It was rather interesting.
After an hour and a half, we got back on the bus and made a short little jaunt over to our new hotel. The hotel was the Scandic Arhus City, which had just opened up for the first time within the last month. Everything was very modern, and we were very impressed with the upgrade from what we had to endure the last few nights. We had a couple of hours to get our room in order and ...