Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus
Travel Blogs from Århus
Today we left Copenhagen for Odense. A pretty city with an old area which has streets that date back to the 1850s. Old and quaint on the outside but apparently modern apartments inside!
Odense is famous as the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen. The house is still there. We visited a museum honouring. Him. It is attached to a beautiful …
We took the train over the Orsund bridge to Malmo. Sweden is so close - we were there in about 30 minutes. We spent the day discovering Malmo - a little taste of Sweden. The sky is blue and the lady in the shop said we have been so lucky with the weather. Another great day. LOL - the wind farms in the sea OMG - not as many smokers - so many people smoke in Denmark everywhere Steps - ...
... the hostel!!
As we got closer, I started sitting up and putting things away.
And as of from a movie, the guy next to me looked at me with (the most) gorgeous eyes (I have ever seen) and gave a small laugh and said "we have time".
I have to admit, I ...
... with a stuffed koala?
Yeah, that's when Jane's friend walked in to meet me.
GREAT FIRST IMPRESSION LISA. GOOD JOB ONCE AGAIN!
And then, somehow....I ended up doing a circus show in the loungeroom!
I traded chair balancing and ...
... a couple of friendly Danes pointed to a berth with a red plate on (ie not available) and said that they had never seen a boat in that slot so why not use it? To make the point, one of them turned the red plate over to expose the other, green side and said 'there, it’s now available!’ and so it proved and we tied up in the enormously wide box berth in the rain (another shower); we were to experience them all day.
I went over to the main harbour area (a good ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility