Vejen Kongres Hotel

Address: Askovvej 50, Vejen, Vejen Municipality, South Jutland, Jutland, 6600, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Askovvej 50, Vejen.
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Travel Blogs from Vejen

Denmark in search of the Vikings

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jun 09, 2015

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... some 10kms we came across a dyke that protects Denmark from the Baltic Sea. It appears that besides Holland, both Germany and Denmark are making use of dykes to drain and reclaim agricultural land from the sea.

Denmark is apparently the happiest country in the world. This must be because of their very socialist government that pretty much provides all services free of charge, because I can't imagine that it is ...


A travel blog entry by cdiverio on Jun 05, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... very quaint. We loved it! From there, she took us to Egeskov castle - phenomenal grounds and a bit of an all in one - castle with lots of history, beautiful gardens, extensive play areas for the kids, museums of old cars, old toys, old groceries, old bicycles, old motorcycles, old rescue equipment (like ambulances and fire trucks) and lots of restaurants and toilets. What a place!!!! We thoroughly enjoyed it there ...

And We Were Worrying Denmark Would Be Cold!!

A travel blog entry by jbowles on Jun 04, 2015

1 comment, 48 photos

... a coffee and a Belgian waffle smeared with vanilla ice cream. Oh my goodness! It was absolutely divine (and entirely fat free!!) We wandered back via Netto as the other supermarkets were shut. We suddenly remembered it's bank holiday so that might explain the empty town too. A couple of bits and back to camp for hand washing of smalls and a mega sunbathing session. The brisk breeze kept it bearable but there is real heat in the Danish sun! A light lunch and then ...

A Tale of two half-days

A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Jul 07, 2013

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Beautiful morning: we got off to an earlier start, which meant that by 11am we had arrived at a church which sits at the highest point in Denmark (127m). We're traveling on southward on cycle route 3, also known as Hærvejen, a collection of old roads that runs along the north-south ridge of Jutland (the Danish peninsula) and served as a primary route for transporting livestock from Scandinavian regions to the ...

The Annual Danish Vacation

A travel blog entry by mexidane on Jun 11, 2013

111 photos

Canyon and Caden got to experience their first transatlantic flight together. The boys did just great - or as great as you could expect for a 2.5 and 7 month old. Canyon just had to run and move for what seemed like the entire 24 hour trip and Caden just got boobie milk most of the way, along with a short nap in the bassinet that Air France kindly provided for the return trip.
The trip was ...