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Hygsomt sted. God blanding af nyt og gammelt. God restaurant.
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... bring your rain coat! The snow tends to come earlier than it does in England, so be aware of any possible effects on travel or transport in the months of October through to March.
Our group stayed in the 'generator' hostel in the town centre. Despite its very reasonable, cheap prices the hostel was very clean and the staff were very friendly. Don't feel obliged to overpay for hotels, as our experiences suggest that even the cheaper options are ...
... the problem.
Living in a dorm is also quite different (as I was still living at home before the exchange). It's nice to have your own space (and bathroom!) where you can have some downtime but you can still hang out with those on your floor via the shared dining room/kitchen/lounge if you want. The dorms also have some pretty cool traditions which should make living in them quite fun. They have an event called tour de chambre, ...
... check out another city. Accommodation is expensive in Copenhagen but Michelle found us a fantastic deal from a friend on Facebook who works out of a different city during the week and commutes on the weekend back to Copenhagen. The apartment was the penthouse in a very nice and central part of the city and less than half the price! He worked for Lego and had some very cool Lego sets in his house too! Adrian loved the design of the bachelor pad and when Michelle told him one of the ...
My trip to Denmark started on Tuesday when I boarded a plane from Beijing to Stockholm, then another from Stockholm to Copenhagen, before taking the 4 hour train from Copenhagen to Aarhus, the town where my friends live.
It was 3am when I arrived, with my friends Anne and Ida excitedly meeting me on the platform, but the sun was already rising, having set not long after I boarded the train at 11pm.
We took a taxi back to ...
... see Aarhus was way too limited, since the whole point of me being there was to get a ride to Odense later that afternoon. This ride was pre-arranged on a Danish website for car-sharing, a practice which has become more and more famous around Europe. For half the price of a bus ticket you can get to the same places and ride with cool local people…everyone saves money, an the environment says thanks.
So I just strolled around Aarhus, checked one of ...