Scandic Kongens Ege Randers

Gl. Hadsundvej 2, Randers, Jutland, 8900, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Gl. Hadsundvej 2, Randers.
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All In One

A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Sep 11, 2014

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... all foods fortified with vitamins and minerals apart from those regulated by their government?

In the community nursing team the nurses aren't expected to assist with self care of patients. There is only 4 or 5 nurses working in the day with a team on 10 or so PCA equivalents who go to the patients houses and shower them, dress them, assist with all the ADL's, put on compression stockings, etc. Where the nurses are only to visit those who ...

Tanker, drømme og forhåbninger

A travel blog entry by rikkemyrhoej on Sep 01, 2014

... 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 ...

My hometown

A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Aug 30, 2014

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... br>
The strangest thing about Denmark I think is the language barrier. Despite MOST locals speaking fluent English, it is the ONLY foreign country I have been to that doesn't have english translations for things. Most countries will have at stations boards of announcements in their local language then have it translate to english, they would always have english menu's at ATMs and cafes etc. Generally all info was displayed ...

Week 3: Busting out of the Copenhagen bubble

A travel blog entry by kdraper on Sep 03, 2013

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... 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 ...

Bikes, Bars and Bacteria

A travel blog entry by timgillibrand on Aug 20, 2010

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... Karaoke - Free shots for every song sang." This must be a joke. Have I died and gone to heaven?
This place will surely be sick of my high-harmony renditions by the time we head back home.

In other news, we took a tour of our law building the other day. Bryan and I showed up for the tour at 10 am after a night of student partying. At that point our tour guide ...