Scandic Bygholm Park
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
Here in Denmark, everything is the opposite - they drive on the wrong side of the road, they walk on the wrong side of the footpath and they even wear their wedding rings on the opposite hand to us! I've developed a new motto: whatever your natural instinct is in New Zealand, do the opposite here. Denmark also almost contradicts itself with this opposite nature- the political system is highly socialist (creating a very good welfare state) but ...
... and able to be touched.
After we had finished walking around the Scandinavian zoo, Mathias drove us back. He stopped off at a surprise location, which was a beautiful lookout, which he says is one of the treasures of Aarhus that only the locals know of. It is on top of a hill, but also is boosted by an extra bump, which legend says is a Viking King burial spot. It is now heritage listed, but a really beautiful view ...
... successful, they seemed to be caught eventually. There was one prisoner who sent the head prison guard a Christmas card at Christmastime after his escape, but the next line in his story read that he later died in jail. There was another prisoner who sent a year digging a 19m long tunnel and escaped, leaving a note saying 'where there's a will, there's a way'. Apparently he also died in jail.
There was another prisoner who attempted escape, but ...
... helmets than those who aren't.
Everyone here also seems to dress in a very elegant and minimalist way. Apparently minimalism is a mindset that extends right to house décor, with emphasis put on the 'less is more' attitude. The decorations in the house are well thought out and considered, and certainly nothing is overdone.
Aarhus is such a gorgeous town to wander around in. It had a really relaxed yet vibrant ...