Aarhus - Denmark
We randomly decided to head to Aarhus Denmark after getting some free flights due to a Ryanair website malfunction, it was a great decision. The locals were really friendly and the place was beautiful. The clubs were amazing, we kind of felt out of place in t-shirts when the guys were in suits and tall blonde girls were in cocktail dresses but they let us in anyway. The single guys had a ball, Jeff did very well in this department (He might be moving to Denmark soon).
Thanks to Jeffs dealings with the locals we found out about the best night club in town called Train. It is a huge converted old warehouse with three levels and heaps of bars, it was an experiance thats for sure.
The drinks were not as expensive as we were told, we found a great a cool Aussie bar where you rolled three dice and whatever the total came to was the price of the beer, so if you were lucky enough to roll 3 ones then it was only 3 Kroners which is only about 65 Australian cents and the maximum you could pay was 18 Kroners which is $4.
We were not drinking the whole time and on Sunday we checked out the Moesgård Museum. The permanent exhibition presents many unique archaeological finds from prehistoric Denmark. Two finds from the Iron Age - the Grauballe Man, the only completely preserved bog body, and a impressive collection of sacrificed weapons.
Overall it was a magnificent trip and I would love to head back at some stage.