Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus
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... what you are used to hearing in the UK. Nights out don't come cheap - You can pay up to 100dk just for club entry, and around 50-120dk per drink. The local club-goers were very friendly, and also very attractive!
As we were there Wednesday until Friday, so we didn’t get to experience the clubs on the weekends. Wednesday was a fairly quiet night out; we went to check out some of the local bars to get an idea of what its like to drink in ...
... and more. The train line ran underneath the building, called “Dokk 1”. A huge wide two-story staircase, much like the Opera steps in Sydney reaches up to the main entrance. A huge veranda encircles the building, with giant sculptures for the children to play on, one was giant eagle, and the kids were enjoying them a great deal. We walked into the old town, past a magnificent theatre and a big tent with a jazz festival next to the cathedral. Then back to ...
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This had been the first time Irfhan, Cole and Sahra had been to Denmark and they all thoroughly enjoyed it. It even made Cole's 'Top 3 Favourite Places in the World To Visit'! Reasons for this prestigious rating? Because of the amazing soft ice cream, the amazing fresh bread that Pernille baked almost every morning(!), the amazing bike rides, the amazing trampoline in Pernille's backyard, and of course, the amazingly Great ...
... walk) in order to pay and thus secure our berth and also to invite Christine & Pat over for drinks later. The pontoons were very slippery and twice I almost fell and recalling the time in Ireland that I ended up in hospital as a result of slippery pontoons, I elected to walk on the stone path that ran in parallel.
By now we were quite in need of some fresh food so in between showers, we headed off into Aarhus in search of a supermarket and also to try to find a ...
... to Christianity in the country (about the years 700 to 1000), the tradition remained, and the offer was addressed to churches. The tradition continued between the 14th and 18th centuries. In this period the donation of a ship miniature would show the gratefulness of a retired sea man or of ...