Radisson Blu Hotel i Papirfabrikken, Silkeborg
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... kept. You get to meet a huge verity of people from all over the world who stay a night or two before moving on in their travels. One person we met on our trip was a young American man who was travelling Europe. After having a couple of beers we had a chat about what Americans think about the British. He also went on to football and how he was going to see Bayern Munich once he arrived in Germany.
Once we had a long day walking around the town ...
Hi everyone, apologies for the delay in blogging. We've hit the ground running here in Denmark and today was my first chance to think about blogging and get some pics together. Not all work though...
To bring you up to date, I left poor Maja all alone on Sa***************ed to Montreal by bus, then flew to Amsterdam, Copenhagen and finally Aarhus where my friend Martin picked us up, us being Alex a fellow post-doc from the Cooke Lab who is an expert ...
... mette and her operated knee.
But over tea, something happened to us.
Henriette banging two cans of soft drink together, Jakob walking around playing the rythm of classic Aussie songs with the second most terrible didgeridoo playing I have heard ...
... Silkeborg in a beautiful area. We struggled to find it at first, because road works had rendered our GPS more than useless. When we eventually arrived there, we were greeted by... nobody! We continued searching and eventually found someone who could help us. Our room was OK, but there were no towels. Luckily we had brought beach towels along, so could use those. What we could also not understand was the view. The property is surrounded by spectacular scenery, but the ...
... open-air museum of its kind, concentrating on town culture rather than village culture, and to this day it remains one of just a few top rated Danish museums outside Copenhagen.
On the way back to the ship we have time for one more museum – The Viking Aros, an ancient Viking town (circa 770) located by new excavations within the old ramparts in central Aarhus.