Travel Blogs from Århus
... method is preferred for boilers that will be out of service for an extended period of time or where the temperatures can go below freezing.
· Again, inspect and clean your boiler
· Drain all the water and make sure that the boiler is completely dried. Remember, any moisture left on boiler surfaces will eventually corrode
... dune like grain fields. Crossing the storebelt bridge was fun. Our car, Helga, shows astonishing Talent in carrying us. She's really worth much more than the 350€ we paid for her. I guess at least twice that amount. She even has A/C! Only the rest of our technology fails us: the action cam keeps running out of battery after very short times - and ...
... elegant simplicity as the walls are painted white and there aren’t a huge number of decorative items. However, they often boast frescoes and the pews are ornately carved and the cathedral was no exception, with pews dating to the mid-1500’s and frescoes older than that and yes, it was quite long!
The museum was several metres below the present ground level and it was the site of excavations in the ...
... my passport in Denmark. I think it's once you get into a EU country, you can get to the others without needing to stop at customs every time.
When I arrived in Aarhus, I immediately found somebody else from the Harvard program and we tried to find the guesthouse together, which was an adventure in itself. The map we were given was not very clear, especially when we were trying to go over a major 6-lane intersection with our luggage. ...
... yummy restaurant
that served a buffet of Mediterranean food. The meal was not expensive and the
service was really good. Definitely a place we would all go back too for
The snow has all but melted away
now and everybody is in hope for warmer weather. Bring on spring…
So to finish off this week, we
had our family dinner, which was prepared by the English boys. We had roast
chicken and vegetable with gravy.