Aarslev Kro and Hotel

Address: 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

Where we encounter Easter Vikings...

A travel blog entry by oreydc on Apr 05, 2015

37 photos

A nice bike ride to an Easter brunch, thru downtown, then a ride back Godsbannen where a viking club was practicing fighting... there are decorations in preparation for Easter or the Queen... not sure...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiv_3wq jgPs&feature=youtu.be

Happy Easter / Feliz Pascoa / God ...

The Solo Traveller

A travel blog entry by copperfreckles on Feb 01, 2015

... settling in Aarhus, was how much you get from simply being in the same room with someone you know. At home, while my family were either in different rooms or simply doing their own thing, there was still that level of familiarity and comfort. All you had to do if you wanted some company was go upstairs to find someone to talk to. Travelling solo removes that possibility; you don't have that safety net of familiarity to fall back onto, so it ...


A travel blog entry by meetthefolkers on Aug 28, 2014

2 comments, 38 photos

... worth $10k from a Danish designer he almost fell off it!

We had a great time in Copenhagen but it went so quickly! While we were there we walked around the city and explored the streets, we met with Jack and his family, saw Princess Mary's house and visited the famous little mermaid. Boy came to Copenhagen on our last day to share in our adventures and very kindly took us to the airport.

So like my last post I want to say a massive THANK YOU especially to ...

Den Gamle By- The Old Town

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 27, 2014

16 photos

... from that era, and they cooked, ate and played just as they would have if it was their actual house. They told the children that they lived there, which was really cute.
They had a little fair with swings and bowling, 1800s style, and the kids ran around playing on it. They had a beautiful little creek in the middle, which I thin was my favourite part of it. Ducks and geese were swimming around, and it just made the whole place look ...

A normal family!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... town that has model houses of actual buildings from the 1700's, 1800's 1920's and 1970's.

It was really interesting to see just how simply people lived back then, and the dramatic change to having too much stuff.

I think even people from the time with lots of ...