Molestine, Aarhus centre. I stayed in the red house for a while. Best described as extremely quaint! Bathroom in a cupboard under the stairs, with a hole cut in the stairs for a window. Yes really. Bouncy floors. No door much higher than five foot. Of course I banged my head. Stairs up to the bedroom were the same as a climbing frame on the wall of a school gym. The owner is an excentric English musician who wont let you go without first sharing a bottle of beer. Not a problem!
Saturday, 27 October 2007
This canal runs through the centre of Aarhus. There are many cafes along the side and it gets quite busy, but this was taken early one Sunday morning. The cafe owners put out blankets in the evenings and customers wrap themselves up in them while drinking coffee.
This is the road I live on, Stadion Alle. At the end on the road is the local church. I don’t need an alarm clock as the bells ring out at 7:00 every morning! At the other end of the road is the AGF football stadium. I can hear the roar of the crowd on match days