Bakkegard Gaestgiveri

Address: Busenevej 64, Denmark, DK-4791 | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Busenevej 64, Denmark, is near Møns Klint.
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Travel Blogs from Denmark

JIPTRIP Copenhgan 2015

A travel blog entry by thomassh on Oct 14, 2015

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Copenhagen, the cold, colourful, capital of Denmark renowned for its environmental credentials and traditional cuisine. Travel to and from Copenhagen is easy. Many UK airports have flights to the capital, meaning that the 90-minute plane journey can be integrated into a fairly short overall travel journey. The Danish metro system in and around the capital was fairly easy to use, with British translation systems on the booking machines at the stations. One ride ...

Day 15: Husum to Rudbol

A travel blog entry by awjsheard on Sep 02, 2015

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... with sections of NE and NW so we did plenty of sections pretty much straight into it. (For those keen birds you can check our route on the North Sea Cycle route website).

The breakfast we recieved in the morning was not the breakfast we ordered but it still filled us up and left no washing up so we can't complain!

Our original plan was to camp in Dagebull but we arrived there at 2pm after a solid morning of cycling. Only a couple ...

It Would Help If We Could Read Danish

A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Sep 01, 2015

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... a program written in Danish. It looked like five songs would be played and the words for each were printed in the program. When it was almost time for the concert to begin, a man got up and gave the audience many little body and voice exercises to do. We thought this was to help the children remain quiet. Then all the audience sang each of the songs with the sax, trumpet and a piano doing the accompaniment. The last song just ...

The Old Town

A travel blog entry by neil_mackinnon on Aug 10, 2015

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... date from the1500s and through to 1980s. Some are large mansions and others are less fancy. They are arranged to form periods so the streetscape changes as well. There are authentic cake shops and sweet stalls. We had a coffee in an authentic 1890s cafe that served traditional food from the period.

In the Mint Master's Mansion built on 1683 from 1700 you could go into the attic and see how the timbers were joined and braced without ...

Norway bound

A travel blog entry by anneo on Jun 13, 2015

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... to settle in. At 815pm we slowly moved out of the harbour and passed 30 plus wind turbines - eat your heart out Tony! After a seafood dinner it was off to a show - Evergreen Favourites from operetta to musicals, this included songs from West Side Story, My Fair Lady, a dance from Swan Lake and the old favourite from Moulin Rouge - The Can Can. Rounded off the evening with a night cap watching the sea roll by. Heading to Warnemunde - near ...