Day 7 – Aarhus, day 1

Aarhus

 

At last…. Well, not really, but blog wise, it was about time, I will give you that!

I was now in Aarhus, probably the city I would miss the less. Not that it was ugly, or dirty, or uninteresting… But Aarhus was harsh with me from the start. I wasn’t even in town, and people already kind of rejected me!

I had couchsurfing plans that didn’t work out, and as the day went by, I switched to researches on Airbnb for a room or an apartment to rent.

There again, no luck, but I was kind of fearing that I was a little short in time to find anybody ready to host me… So I went for my last resort (not that it was really bad, but it was the most expensive way I could afford to get a roof over my head); the hostel!

First day in Aarhus was spent mostly walking around, looking for good free Wi-Fi spots and hoping to find a place to stay. (by the way… If you are in Aarhus and looking for a hot Hot Spot, try the bench in front of “Magasin” in Lille Torv Square)

Oh, and since I don’t have much to say about this first day in Aarhus, here is a map with three important places… The little red heart is for my favorite Wi-Fi spot, the yellow star for my hostel, and the green spot (hi there, Green Spot!) a place we’ll be discussing in my next post… Den Gamle By, literally “The old town”…

Aarhus-map

Oh, and I feel generous… a view of “Magasin”, with my favorite bench – in Aarhus! (spent a loooot of time there, hoping for good news LOL)

Magasin-Aarhus

Thanks Google!

 

And, as usual, a few pictures taken along my stroll…

 

 


 

Previously…

 

Copenhagen, day 1  / Copenhagen, day 2  / Møn’s Island / Aalborg / Viborg, day 1 /

Viborg, day 2

 

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14 thoughts on “Day 7 – Aarhus, day 1

  1. Bravo pour pour ta persévérance. Comme tu le dis toi -même : “you do not take no as an answer “. J’ai bien hâte de lire la 8ieme journée. J’espère que tu auras passé une journée plus agréable. Xxxx

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  2. Just like Creedence Clearwater Revival: Oh Lord, Stuck in Aarhus Again! At least the blog is. At least it is not Viborg. Yea, Viborg. Bring back Viborg. I miss Viborg (stifling a sob). Hand me a handkerchief, won’t you…..

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    1. I am considering coming back to Viborg on my way back to Aalborg… (almost) Nobody knows what I really did in Denmark after all… I might write a fantasy suite to my up-to-now pretty reality-oriented blog 😉

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    1. It was even better than what I was expecting… I still have about 10 days to write and document with pictures, for the cities of Odense (still 2 days), Svendborg, Bagenkop, Skagen and then my last days in Copenhagen…. 🙂 I loved Odense, I walked for such a long time along the river, near the zoo. Beautiful! And the people I met there were super nice!

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    1. “Borg” means “castle” in Danish… so many cities were named after the castles they were originally built around 🙂 (well… that’s what they say, but I’ll investigate the Startreck theory… there might be something there :P)

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