Broholm Manor House

Address: Broholmsvej 32, Gudme, Fyn and the Central Islands, DK 5884, Denmark | Castle
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This castle, located on Broholmsvej 32, Gudme, is near Broholm Castle.
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    Getting crowded

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 22, 2015

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    ... close to the western tip of Langeland.

    We were last in Bagenkop on 15th May, our first day away from Burgstaaken and what a difference! Then there was a beginning of season feel to the place. There were boats here but there were dozens of available spaces. Now it was the opposite, spaces were exceedingly limited, so much so that we had difficulty in finding one, ending up on the outside of a pontoon and some of ...

    It pays to be flexible

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 21, 2015

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    ... warm, delightful in fact. We did some washing as it would dry very quickly in the heat and went into town to divest ourselves of the empty beer cans (10p/tin deposit to encourage recycling, not that we need that but I’m loathe to throw Kronor away) and get one or two last bits of food. Despite the frustrations of unpredictable winds, it had been a lovely day and as the weather looks settled, we look forward to some more of the ...

    Travel from Aero to Cruise ship

    A travel blog entry by gilbotravels on Aug 14, 2015

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    After another great breakfast at Pension Vestergade, we gathered our things and headed to the wharf to catch the ferry back to Svendborg. Seeing the ferry come in, painted in primary colours, it again reminded me of a child's toy boat. The weather had turned overcast and very windy so now sitting on the outside deck this time. Fortunately we walked off the ferry to the train station at a quick pace and ...

    Cycling Aeros

    A travel blog entry by gilbotravels on Aug 13, 2015

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    ... the shape of a Viking ship, then a large stone topped the entrance to the burial chamber. There had been over 100 barrows on Aeros but farmers of the past had unknowingly pushed the stones out of their fields to make way for crops. We cycled past wind turbines, a solar panel farm, and a straw burning facility. Apparently they have an excess amount of straw so they have developed a clean burning mechanism to burn straw for ...

    Legoland is not just for 5yr olds...

    A travel blog entry by rachandsi on Jul 25, 2010

    ... breads, fruit, chocolate! It was fantastic. The next day we head to the famous Hans Christian Andersen's place of birth & museum (He wrote fairytales like the Ugly Duckling and Thumblina) and is huge in Denmark.
    Later that evening we get driven to a place to Billund which is host to Simon's favourite place so far..Legoland! If you turn up exactly at 7.30pm you get in for free - excellent. Even at this time there was still hundreds of people everywhere, kids, pushchairs ...