Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... couldn’t really tell you where I ended up, but I know that it was quite cold and because it was Sunday, places weren’t open for wandering around in. So I just walked the streets as long as I could. I stumbled upon a market, the channel that flows through the city and I think the back side of the Parliament. After getting a delicious latte at their local brand like Starbucks, I was warm enough to make the trip home.
On my last day ...
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... 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 ...
... that the old 1789 town hall (see photo) is the smallest one in Denmark. Although it is now used as a museum, wedding couples come from all over Europe to be married in the building.
I had planned on stopping to see Vibeke Riemer, president of the Olave Baden-Powell Society, with ...