Montra Hotel Sabro Kro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... really cool getting to know the other exchange students. We would hang out with each other during the breaks and have begun forming some really good friendships :) There is a fairly large group of us who all live at Vilhelm Kiers (a dorm/kollegium) and we've established a tradition where once a week, one (or a pair) of us will cook dinner one night and have the others over for dinner. Often, other exchangies from other dorms will come over and join us and it's a good way to spend ...
... from another in their atmosphere and what they provide, so many students will try out different Friday bars during the semester.
The classes are also different - which is both a good and bad thing. It's good in the sense that, because the classes are smaller than I am used to, you get to know your classmates a lot better than you would in a larger lecture hall. It is also more discussion-based with a lot more interaction ...
... leap onto the escalator in the hope that the momentum will get your luggage onto a step behind you so that you can avoid having to lift your (really heavy) suitcase.
I spent a week in Copenhagen as a solo traveller which was my first experience doing so. While I have been sightseeing by myself before, I stayed with family, so I always had someone to return to at night. The one thing that I really noticed during my stay in Copenhagen, ...
... And a bus...Holy mackerel...and on top of that, not just one quick connection we had a few quick connections to get through. I don't want to bore you with every last detail, but that day involved lots of high fives, hugs and looks of pride as we totally nailed it. It was not easy. We had lost the free wifi once we crossed into Germany and Adrian had to ask a young school kid if he could text Michelle for us so we could let her know we would be late, you could see the 12 year old kid ...
... and sailing prowess.
There was the skeleton remains of the oldest known inhabitant of Aarhus that has been found thus far. He is from around the 9th century, and with his 170cm height, was probably a tall man from that era, I'm guessing. From his positioning found, and the fact that his skull was missing apart from the bottom jaw, makes it likely that he was the victim of a Viking murder.
After we walked around the small museum, we decided to go and get some ...