Scandic Aarhus Vest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was a little tricky extricating ourselves from our tight berth but as there was no wind we managed it without mishap. As soon as we were out of the harbour we were able to deploy the sails and with that, at 08:15 we were sailing. Initially we stayed within the buoyed channel that goes fully ten miles out to sea but after about 3 miles, we could safely leave it and head in a more southerly direction, with all of 5 metres under the keel. The contrast ...
... soldiers lit a big indoor fire and great hall collapsed into the royal chapel. Denmark was broke, so the castle was left to rot. In the 1980s, a plan was made to rebuild. Rather than recreate what had been, 2 Danish architects planned to repair crumbling walls, enclose outside walls in a new shell and put in 3 floors of walkways and open stairs, creating an award winning unique reconstruction now renowned throughout ...
... worst), and me laughing to the point where I can't breathe.
Change of scene:
Henriette still banging her soft drink cans, Jakob in an Aussie shirt, an acubra hat, with a guitar in one hand an a dig in the other dancing (pretty awesome dancing) to tie me kangaroo down, and ...
... of connecting to the internet. We’d got so used to the very convenient Comviq ‘mifi’ device in Sweden that we wanted something similar for Denmark. Sadly, we found that it isn’t possible in Denmark to buy such a device, you have to have a Danish address (the same one as associated with your social security number ) so that was out. We could use a hotspot in the marina and pay for time that way, which in fact we did. Quite what the difference is, in that one ...
We Arrived in Odense at about 10am, which is pronounced "Oh-then-za". It was here that we stopped for lunch. Prior to lunch we visited the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875). Hans was born here in 1805 and moved to Copenhagen at the age of 14. His boyhood home was turned into a museum with his whole life depicted in pictures, stories, and other artifacts placed in a timeline as you walked around in a maze like ...