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  • Day20


    January 4, 2020 in Denmark ⋅ ⛅ 4 °C

    On Friday Gigi drove us and Felip (their AFS exchange volunteer) to Aarhus via Odense and Odder (where we dropped him off). Angel and Heinrich also drove and we all checked in to the Helnan Marselis Hotel for the night. It has a sea view from the window. For dinner, we went to a big converted warehouse that now houses around 20 street food vendors. It was great with lots of choice.
    The next day after breakfast Gigi took us around the town (second largest in Denmark) starting with a walk along the beach which ended with a quick foray into a deer park - some of the deer were quite aggressive in their search for food and Gigi got a good head butt from a small stag!
    We then hopped into the car to drive to a reconstructed town with buildings from the 1700s through to the 1970s. It was very well done from original buildings. From there we walked to the modern art museum which has an impressive rainbow walking platform (enclosed) above the building. It was quite amazing to walk through. We managed to look at some of the art works too!
    Finally we ventured into the city centre and had a quick snack at a roof top cafe at the top of the Salling department store. Gigi drove us home which took about 2 hours on the motorway and included crossing a very long bridge across the ocean between two of Denmark’s islands.
    Today we left Høng in the morning after a leisurely breakfast with the family. We arrived in Dublin at about 4 pm.
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  • Day3


    July 24, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C

    Nach einer erholsamen Nacht auf einem geschützten Parkplatz fuhren wir weiter nach Aarhus. Unser erstes Ziel war die "endlose Brücke". Es handelt sich um eine kreisförmige Brücke die vom Strand in die Bucht führt. Hier lagen wir im Gras und genossen die Sonne. ☀️
    Danach begaben wir uns ins Zentrum und besuchten das Freilichtmuseum "Den Gamle By" (Die Alte Stadt). Hier wird dargestellt, wie die Menschen in Dänemark früher lebten.
    Die Nacht verbrachten wir in Hobro auf einem Campingplatz. 🏕️
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  • Day2

    1 - Aarhus

    August 3, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    10 hours on the train was a bit tooooo long. But we survived! Sadly a part of the group had a lot of trouble with the trains so they arrived later. We checked in into the Airbnb which is located at the harbor so also really central. We have a really nice view with a small balcony which is great. After we checked in and showered (since we were still wearing the clothes from Friday and it was disgusting) we strolled around the city to find something to eat. We ended up with a pizza.
    So after we had an delicious dinner we went to get the rest of the group whom finally arrived at the station and went for another walk through the city. Just exploring and seeing things, but taking it easy. My impression of Aarhus is really clean and safe. It’s not big like tourist big so you’re feeling kind of with the locals. It’s nice!
    This weekend in Aarhus there is a sort of festival in the harbor. So there are stages everywhere and they had a big firework show.
    But now it’s time to really catch up with some sleep since I haven’t really slept at all past night.

    Tomorrow we will continue our journey to Copenhagen.
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  • Day3

    Leaving Aarhus

    August 4, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ ☁️ 20 °C

    Aarhus is a beautiful city. In the morning we had a really nice breakfast at grod, after that we went for a walk to the museaum Aros. It known from the rainbow panoramic view. It was really weird walking up there since everything was a weird color. But a truly nice experience. Then we checked out the museum, it was really big and it does have a lot of paintings in different styles and from different times. It was really nice to see. After the museum we went back to hostel to get our stuff and went on to the station. Goodbye Aarhus. 😇Read more

  • Day63

    Schlechtwetterprogram parat

    July 2, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ ⛅ 14 °C

    Die erste Nacht in Dänemark. Es ist kalt und windig... Und doch wunderschön. Wir haben uns ein Premiumplatz ergattert. Scheiss auf den Wind, die Kälte und den Regen - mit den Fahrrädern ab nach Århus ins Kunstmuseeum (Danke Nöli😘), wo wir uns neben anderen spannenden Ausstellungen unverschämte Pornokunst reinziehen. Das erste nordische Sandwich verdrückt, nehmen wir doch noch ein kurzes Bad im Kattegat - welch Erfrischung!👌🏼Read more

  • Day7

    Moesgaard Museum

    June 30, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ ⛅ 25 °C

    A very impressive museum. Lots of interactive exhibits. The Big Man, a preserved body found in a bog.
    Part of one exhibition, how we honour and remember our dead, are the Australian Aboriginal mob from Gupuwiyak in North Eastern Arnhem Land, Northern Territory.
    Also, the main exhibits are the Danish and how they lived through all the different ages up until now. Excellent. It is the second time I've seen it but still find it interesting. It's the first time Steve has seen it.
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  • Day5

    Back with Thor

    June 28, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    After Legoland we go back to our hotel to pick up our gear and train to Aarhus where Thor and Karen pick us up.
    For Maree, it's like coming home, this is my 3rd time back.

    As usual Thor's family make us very welcome.
    Thor cooks us a lovely BBQ for tea.
    Ib is away in Bonn, Germany but due back tonight. Nanna is in Copenhagen visiting her grandma. So it's just us 4 tonight.
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  • Day12

    De Gamle By

    September 9, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Heute Besuchen wir das Freilichtmuseum De Gamle By in Aarhus. Da wurde eine Stadt in 3 Zeiten aufgebaut. Teil 1 aus 1864 Teil 2 in 1924 und Teil 3 in 1974. Wir hatten einen halben Tag geplant aber diese Stadt ist so Interessant das wir den ganzen Tag dort wahren. Die 3 Stadtteile laufen in einander. Sehr interessant gemacht und mal anders dies als Stadt und nicht nur aus einzelne Häuser aufzubauen. Wenn in Aarhus sicher Empfehlenswert. Parkieren in der nähe war kein Problem.Read more

  • Day3

    Camping für kurze Nacht

    August 5, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ 🌧 16 °C

    Für heute langts... Wollte ja eigentlich die Fähre um Mitternacht, aber das sind noch 180km... Muss ja nicht sein. Wollte eigentlich ja schon in Skanderborg bleiben, aber der Campingplatz liegt mitten auf einem Festivalgelände, also doch noch 30km weiter ☺

    Naja, morgen früh geht's weiter...
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  • Day3

    Der Tag in Aarhus

    October 11, 2019 in Denmark ⋅ 🌧 13 °C

    Heute ging es nach Aarhus... Kurz nach 7 Uhr machten wir fest und die Stadtbesichtigung konnte beginnen. Wir besuchten Kirchen und die königliche Sommerresidenz. Zusätzlich besuchte ich noch das Stadion von Aarhus GF und dann ging es 15 Uhr auch schon wieder los nach Oslo...Read more

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