BEST WESTERN Jørgensens Hotel

Address: Sondergade 17-19, Horsens, Jutland, 8700, Denmark | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sondergade 17-19, Horsens, is near Hjejlen ApS.
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    Travel Blogs from Horsens

    The Solo Traveller

    A travel blog entry by copperfreckles on Feb 01, 2015

    ... sit together at the bar and talk. When they left, my dorm received 2 groups (i.e. I was the only solo traveller in my dorm) but both groups, when they realised I was travelling alone, often invited me along to whatever they had planned that evening.

    Travelling alone does take some courage. While I don't necessarily consider myself a shy person, approaching strangers to strike up a conversation is still a little intimidating. However, ...

    Scandinavian Deer Park

    A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jul 05, 2014

    29 photos

    ... can see all of Aarhus, right up to the harbour.

    We then went to the harbour and sat and had an old-fashioned ice cream, sitting on the dock. It was really relaxing and a pleasant way to spend a little bit of time. I can never get tired of admiring the boats, and seeing them rock slightly in the ocean, and spotting a few crabs and fish near the surface.

    We cooked dinner at Mathias’ house, and finished off ...


    A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 28, 2014

    26 photos

    ... further throughout the town, right up to the top of the hill, where Horsens Prison is located. Ida said it's like the 'castle' of Horsens, because it's a gorgeous building on top of the hill. It's a museum since its closure in 2006. Before that, it was used as a jail for 153 years, since its inception in 1853.
    We walked around the museum for a few hours, and I was really interested by how honest the prison was about its own history, ...

    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.