Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the ending was very average but it was alright. Most movies are in English with Danish subtitles. The popcorn and coke was worth it!
Anyway we wandered back to our hostel ready to crash, completely exhausted and our sunburn stinging from the previous day. Anyway we were stuck with a snorer in our room. But not any snoring this sounding like a mating elephant, I have honestly no idea how she didn't wake herself up it echoed ...
... a couple stores, Beth found some free WiFi long enough to post on Facebook, then back to the ship, just made it before a nasty thunder storm hit. This night we met a couple from USA who are stationed in Germany, we had them up to our balcony for drinks and room service, was a great night!!
... For lunch, we went to a kantina, which are small cafes that are everywhere and especially on campus. The one we went to, which is supposed to be the cheapest, was really hard for us to understand.
For one: the pricing is very confusing. You get charged at the kantinas by the amount of food you have on your plate and what dishes you put together. So you pick up a dinner plate and you usually combine a salad with some sort of entree; well you get a small salad and a small ...
... and was one of the truly great students from all the years I have been teaching at camp. Pernille spent her year in Oregon City, Oregon and Rasmus in Kansas. We tried to locate an ice cream shop, but they had all been closed down by this time. At last we spotted a café and sat down and ordered gelato off the menus. We spent the next couple of hours discussing their exchange years and getting to know what they were up to. I was so ...
... My father's family is from around here and I remember visiting when I was a child. It has kind of died since; the shops are open from 9.30am to 5pm and by the time we arrived just after 5pm all we saw were leaves blowing in the main street (it's got really windy just to emphasize the wintry theme!).
Time for another early night - this holiday thing is tiring. And I should really do some study, too!