Scandic Kongens Ege Randers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Up early for a cycle. We had planned to find a fjord / inlet near Allingåbro but thanks to our ****** mappy, we went to Gammel Estrup and back, via the Auning town / village centre (a couple of times as we kept missing the tiny, deserted centre!) We were happy with our 7 miler, especially as it included a hill, and just fancied a quick coffee and maybe a breakfast bite. We found one café and, just as in Skagen and elsewhere, it didn't open ...
... hjem, og så er der læsestof til et par dage! _______________________________________ __________ Thoughts, dreams and expectations - pre departure September 15th is getting ever closer. It's finally my turn to go explore the world. For as long as I remember, I've been saving and waiting, and saving a bit more, but now the wait is finally over, and with about two weeks left my emotions are a mix of happiness, panic and longing! To those of you who don't know it, I'm ...
... pillows they have to put in their stomach (how else will everyone know they are royalty if they are skinny) but are enthusiastic after they get into character. There also is apparently rappelling off of the castle walls which the tour guide just casually threw into the conversation. Apparently rock climbing in castle ruins is casual here. After the tour we were taken down into cafe, which had tea lights put in every little crack and crevice in the walls, and we ...
... in height) cathedrals in Europe, did a picnic on the park, read a bit, strolled a bit more…filling time for my ride basically.
The final journey to Odense was joyful and easy, with four of us in the car and just an overall chat about ordinary and not so ordinary topics.
Although this was just a day moving down the country, with close to none sightseeing and surely a lot of walking and sweating, still felt fortunate to be ...
... lake (meaning you row a canoe to the other side, chug a beer, and row back).
Tuesday night was an International Night at Studenterhus (the Student House). We arrived late, and found all of the international students watching a Danish movie. There weren't any seats left, and since we were expecting a bit more lively atmosphere, we got a little worried. Fortunately, we heard someone whisper ...