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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      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

      Our friends live only a few hundred metres from one of the most famous castles in Denmark - Valdemars Slot - so we took a few hours this morning to explore it. The castle is in the most beautiful spot on the edge of the harbour with extensive buildings around it - originally stables and gate houses. It has not been lived in for about 20 years but the family who owned it wanted it to look like the ...

      Boats, bikes, and sore butts

      A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 04, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... may not even be granted. I guess they need to be quite strict about what is done to these old buildings in order to retain the character but truly some buildings aren’t worth keeping (in my humble opinion!)


      By the time we arrived home we figured we rode more than 40km today. That's more than I have done in a long time! I am very tired and sore tonight! But we loved every moment! ...

      Herrings, rye bread, and Danish (the pastries)

      A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 03, 2014

      8 photos

      ... The service is free and managed by the local council.

      We visited the church which is the highest point on the island to get a great view of the villages, countryside and surrounding sea. The church is also the final resting place of the nobles who have owned much of the island for many centuries. They get a whole wing of the church for their stone caskets.

      Kirsten cooked us another amazing meal of local food accompanied by a bottle of Cloudy Bay Eric found.
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