The Mayor Hotel & Eatery
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... regner jeg med, at kunne sige, at det var alle pengene værd, når jeg kommer hjem en gang i november. Jeg håber, at jeg med denne blog kan holde alle jer derhjemme opdateret mens jeg er afsted! Jeg vil løbende skrive om mine tanker og oplevelser, gøre jer jaloux med smukke billeder fra turen, og så uploade det hele når/hvis vi kommer i kontakt med civilisationen og i den forbindelse wifi. Hvis dette ikke sker, vil jeg uploade det hele når ...
· Close up all manways and handholes
· Next place a sign on the boiler so that nobody makes the mistake of firing it without removing the absorbent material. This sign might read as follows:
· Attention - moisture absorbent material has been placed in the water side and furnace of this boiler. This material ...
... into town. We wanted to see the cathedral in Aarhus, which has a nave that is the longest in Denmark and is supposed to be as long as a football pitch (however long that is!). Also, in an incongruous position, there is a small Viking museum that is part of a Nordea Bank building that we also thought might be worth a look and finally, there is a large modern art gallery that we could go to if we were desperate (we ...
... we couldn't read the menus, so we searched for words on the menu we could easily translate. We ended up with pizza--which was really good and full of herbs--because the word "pizza" is the same in Danish, so is "pepperoni," and we figured out "ost" means "cheese in Danish. We wanted to try some other places, but we weren't brave enough yet because of the language barrier.
We did all decide that the Arabic food from Senor Pizza was probably not the best of choices though.
... hall, café area and dining rooms. To top it off there is a splendid view of the sea.
We pull up at the front entrance. There is a distinct absence of activity and Gail is getting edgy. “Not again” she bemoans. I am not convinced of her pessimism and start toward the front door. It opens. A good sign! And there on the front reception counter is an envelope with our names. There is a key and instructions of what to do and ...