Scandic Kongens Ege Randers
Travel Blogs from Randers
... about their villages and buildings in Denmark and how Harald the Blue tooth was persuaded to abandon the Norse pagan gods for Christianity. We also visited an 11th century Lutheran church ( it only became Lutheran later). We ran into the Aussies again and had dinner with them and a retired dentist and his wife from Chicago. Off to bed now as we have to get up early for a train ride to Berlin and the concentration camp. All the ...
We saw moose, boars, oxen, arctic foxes , red foxes and brown bears as well. The boars were quite aggressive towards the little baby, not letting it eat too much, but the baby was persistent, and changed positions every time it was kicked out of his.
We had lunch there, which was nice and we sat outside in the lovely weather we had been treated to.
After lunch, we went to feed the goats, but they ...
... tall float with "Hare Krishna" on the side.
I bought myself a T-shirt and was pretty happy with my purchase.
We went for dinner at a cheap (but tasty) Asian restaurant. You could get an entrée and main for 85 kr. which is a pretty good deal here, though I still see those 'high' prices and forget I have to divide by 5 to get the Australian dollar value.
At the movie cinemas, they had a mini lolly supermarket inside. You wore a disposable ...
... 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 ...
... that Germany are experiencing. They ride their beautiful bikes everywhere instead of driving and the Danes have been given the title of 'The Happiest People in the World' on a number of occassions. It would be a wonderful place to live, except for the cold and rain. Yesterday, for my last full day in Denmark, Frederik took me to see Den Gamle By, an open-air museum, which is a collection of 75 houses brought from all over Denmark. These houses date back to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed