Scandic Kongens Ege Randers
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... with everyone else, you're thrown when you realise that what you're singing is not the lyrics being played and the song isn't even in English!
I also saw my first handball match over the weekend. Before coming to Denmark, I thought handball was the primary school game of four square. It isn't. It's a cross between football and basketball, where the aim is to throw the ball into the net. It was quite fun to watch - the atmosphere was really good as everyone was cheering ...
... bag the groceries so didn't know that you had to buy the plastic bags (if you didn't bring one from home). I only had my handbag and it was my weekly shop, so there was a fair bit of groceries! I attempted to walk the 25 minute journey home balancing all the items in my arms (rather precariously) but it was failing miserably. Luckily, an lady took pity on me on my journey home, waved me over and gave me a supermarket bag to put ...
... 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 ...
There may not be any people but at least we have a bed. In fact we have an entire resort to ourselves.
Once we get settled into our room we set out for a quick local meal. After an hour of driving around all the local villages we are, once again, becoming frustrated that not only is there very few eating establishments, but any that we find are closed - either for the night, season, or permanently. As a last resort we head ...