Aarslev Kro and Hotel

Silkeborgvej 900, Brabrand, Jutland, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Silkeborgvej 900, Brabrand, Jutland, is near Bazar Vest.
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Travel Blogs from Jutland

Mckenzie Corp: Boiler Storage Tips

A travel blog entry by quarrieoriard on Aug 10, 2014

... method is preferred for boilers that will be out of service for an extended period of time or where the temperatures can go below freezing.

Again, inspect and clean your boiler

Drain all the water and make sure that the boiler is completely dried. Remember, any moisture left on boiler surfaces will eventually corrode

Leaving Germany behind

A travel blog entry by moritz.keim on Aug 04, 2014

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We had a nice breakfast with Anne then hit the road. In Flensburg we went on a shopping spree for fear of the high Scandinavian food prices - but the supermarket was so close to the Danish border that we suspect it to have adapted to Danish prices anyways :D Although Hannes kept saying that Denmark looks like Germany only more boring, the landscape changed to a lot ...


A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... had one left by then, a very tiny carrot. Ida helped me out while Anne documented the moment, and after one failed attempt where I backed out, on the second try I let the deer take the carrot from my fingers.
We walked around a bit more, and saw more deer hanging out. It's baby season, and I saw one baby from awhile away, but we were warned not to get close.
We also saw some hogs in a separate enclosure, but they were harder to see ...

Hello, Denmark

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 26, 2014

11 photos

... I thought it was Catholic, with the way the alter was, and the stained glass windows, but Anne and Ida reminded me that Denmark is a protestant country.

We took the bus back to the apartment to start organising dinner. Anne and Ida prepared me a "very Danish" meal, the name of which I cannot pronounce or spell. It was fried meat with potatoes and a cheese sauce, though it was much tastier than the description implies.

A normal family!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... worst), and me laughing to the point where I can't breathe.

Change of scene:
Henriette still banging her soft drink cans, Jakob in an Aussie shirt, an acubra hat, with a guitar in one hand an a dig in the other dancing (pretty awesome dancing) to tie me kangaroo down, and ...