Ærø Hotel - Skipperbyen Marstal

Address: Egehovedvej 4, Marstal, Aero, Funen and Islands, 5960, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Egehovedvej 4, Marstal, is near Marstal Sofartsmuseum and Maren Minors Minde.
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    Travel Blogs from Marstal

    Getting crowded

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 22, 2015

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    ... north and south in the buoyed channels. I counted 50 and then gave up, I guess there would be somewhere around 80 within sight if you included all the ones in the far distance. The norm for us would be to see only a handful in a whole day so it did come as something of a surprise. By far the majority of the vessels were flying (or wearing to use the correct terminology, as Paul would have us do) the German ensign, not surprising ...

    It pays to be flexible

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 21, 2015

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    ... large long island called, appropriately, Langeland that you need to pass. It lies roughly in a north-south direction so you can either take the eastern or western route. Given that the wind was from the east, we opted to go down the eastern side, and stay for the night in a harbour that we'd not tried, called Spodsbjerg, so that was the plan by 09:30. By 10:00 we had the same goal but by now we were under engine as the wind had ...

    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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    ... but we never ran into them. We ate lunch at the top of a cliff that had been created by clay layers sliding off into the sea when they got waterlogged. Picnic tables were provided and locals were using them when we arrived. Clearly a favoured picnic spot. Cycling on, we searched for a Viking Barrow that was in the middle of a farmer's field. The barrows were their burial sites and were formed by placing many large ...

    Herrings, rye bread, and Danish (the pastries)

    A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... freezing! Once I got my breath back, I realised that I couldn't taste any salt in the water or feel any on my skin. Henning said it has a very low salt content because of the huge rivers from Russia that feed into the Baltic Sea.

    Eric fulfilled his need to mow the lawns after breakfast - the houses all have meticulously maintained gardens - most people mow their lawns several times a week during summer - while Kirsten and I biked to the village bakery and ...