Villa Rosa B&B

Address: GronneGangen 4, Ålborg, Jutland, 9000, Denmark | B&B
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This B&B, located on GronneGangen 4, Ålborg, is near Aalborg Zoologiske Have, Aalborg Marinemuseum, Aalborgtarnet, and Jens Bang's Stenhus.
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    Travel Blogs from Ålborg


    A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 15, 2015

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    ... pools, as well as an outdoor one for seals. A very pleasant afternoon! We had an early dinner in a pub down by the waterfront, the drove back through some rain to the hotel. The next day we visited Aarlborg, which had a large Viking burial ground, with a museum nearby. After that, we had a quick visit to the Utzon Center in town, just for a moments nostalgia about the Opera House, then a drive back along some lakes. A pretty big day all round. The duty free whiskey was well ...

    A lovely day

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 07, 2015

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    ... but we reasoned that as we were here, we could always move if we had to and as it happened, we didn’t. So we ended up within 3 metres of the showers and toilets, closer than at home!

    We’d come to Hals for one reason really, that is we hadn’t been here before. We had also been told that the shops were close by and that there was a grill platz ie a barbecue area. As it happened, this was about 5m from our bow and the ...

    Exploring Aalborg

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... is on a hill, rare hereabouts and the area was used for the disposal and honouring of the dead for millennia. Over a thousand graves, containing skeletal remains or charred bones have been excavated. Apparently through time, cremation and burial alternated in terms of popularity and with the coming of Christianity around 1000 AD, burial became the norm but by then the battle with the ever-shifting sands that frequently inundated the site was becoming ...

    Pleasant Surprise

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 05, 2015

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    ... Harry and Siw were on their way home from Scotland, having had a lovely time despite the very poor weather and their friends were sailing with them, as their boat (another Overseas 40) was in Patagonia of all places. It seems that they are embarked upon a very slow, round the world sailing trip. They have been at it for 5 years already, they spent a year in the Canaries and another in Buenos Aires, for instance. They have rounded Cape Horn and have ...

    Vradal to Aalborg

    A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... well tolerated by everyone else. We arrived in Aalborg about 5.30pm so as soon as we had dropped our cases in our room we went for a walk along the foreshore to the old town. It was incredible the number of people out in the street and dining in outdoor restaurants. The sun is out and so are all the Danes. We eventually found a nice restaurant in the town square and ate chicken salads and wine in the pleasant early evening ...