The Mayor Hotel & Eatery
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews The Mayor Hotel & Eatery Århus
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... couldn't be greater, here we are n miles from land with very little water and in Norway, you can be 50 yards from land and have over a hundred metres under you!
Once we were on our downwind leg, we arranged the sails in a goose-wing and for 38 or more miles, we sailed this way. It is very relaxing when the genoa is poled out (remember the Skagerrak?) and the main is out on the other side with a preventer ( a bit of rope) to stop it ...
... The castle houses an enormous collection of old and modern glass and an even greater collection of silver. Also, this month, displays of modern silver as a joint British/Danish venture, that were fantastic to look at. As it had been the seat of government at one time, I am sure our Princess Mary has been there several times. Next drove to Denmark's Lake District , the only part of the country with few a gentle ...
... with a stuffed koala?
Yeah, that's when Jane's friend walked in to meet me.
GREAT FIRST IMPRESSION LISA. GOOD JOB ONCE AGAIN!
And then, somehow....I ended up doing a circus show in the loungeroom!
I traded chair balancing and ...
... a foreigner accessing the internet, I’ve no idea.
We found a Kvickly supermarket ( Danish equivalent to one of our supermarket chains) and thus laden down and just before the next shower, we got back to the boat for a quick cup of tea before being joined by our guests. We had a lovely couple of hours with them, swapping notes and horror stories about hitting rocks (Vitrix has been there it seems!) , getting props tangled with lines in various parts of the world (they ...
... father and I wandered through the rooms and then ate our lunch on a park bench in the garden. Afterwards we walked around the city and went in some of the souvenir shops. I purchased two refrigerator magnets and a toy top with a Danish soldier painted on the side.
At 1pm, we met back on the bus and continued across Funen Island towards Jutland, pronounced “Yew-lan”, which we passed into after crossing the Little ...