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

    Sonderborg, Denmark

    A travel blog entry by shazell on Oct 26, 2014

    13 photos

    ... found a cash machine.

    We parked in a harbour car park and while we ate lunch in the van the carpark filled with emergency service vehicles, they set up tables and handed out free wine. We never did work out what they were up to but a man stood and spoke at the front and then every raised their free wine it looked fun.

    We'd decided due to Germany closing on Sunday's that today would be ...

    Denmark

    A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Oct 17, 2014

    6 photos

    Denmark can be summed up with four words: family, eat, drink, sleep! We had a great time with the Danish family and they made sure that we wouldn't be hungry for about 2 months. The days were filled with eating yummy Danish food, playing games, watching football, short walkings at the beach and drinking beer / red wine. Very enjoyable and relaxing after a busy few weeks getting ready to leave the UK. Hours on the train: 17.5 Countries visited: ...

    Castles, more castles, and ancient burial grounds

    A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 05, 2014

    15 photos

    ... are in a state of disrepair because the noble families that own estates such as these struggle to generate enough income to keep them maintained and pay the high property taxes. A few kilometres from the castle, we found a burial ground that dates back to 3000BC. It just looks like a few large stones carefully placed in the shape of a ship. It’s hard to imagine that people used to go there ...

    Boats, bikes, and sore butts

    A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 04, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... the far end of the island, we visited an old farmhouse that is in a very poor state of repair. The old barn is actually attached to the house - that’s very common in Denmark. Kirsten and Henning’s son Bo and his wife has just bought the house with the intention to demolish it and replace it with a holiday house. But they need to get permission from the council which may take a long ...

    Herrings, rye bread, and Danish (the pastries)

    A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 03, 2014

    8 photos

    ... 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 ...