Bogense Hotel

Address: Adelgade 56, Bogense, Fyn and the Central Islands, 5400, Denmark | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Adelgade 56, Bogense.
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        Travel Blogs from Bogense

        Day at Middelfart

        A travel blog entry by mattymatson on Sep 10, 2016

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        Was extremely hungover in the morning so drove to Middelfart and went to an amazing beach, had lunch there and spent about 4 hours relaxing. Then we drove to Bogense in the afternoon and this is when we got hit by a motorcycle in a one way street. Walked around there and then got some ice cream down the wharf. Went back to Inge's mums house and bought some garlic bread and dip for dinner.

        Time to Roll.....A beautiful day for driving

        A travel blog entry by tbphoto on Aug 29, 2015

        3 comments, 5 photos

        I didn't mention that we learned that the word "Volvo" means "to Roll" in latin. The name was originally owned my a ball bearing company that partnered with a car company.

        We had a four hour drive to Denmark. Over long bridges and tunnels. Visited the Egeskov Castle which features its own car museum, the private collection of the owner. Then into Odense for dinner and a walk to Hans Christian Andersen's birthplace. Very ...

        Lots of autobahn

        A travel blog entry by cokers on Jul 26, 2015

        5 photos

        ... her death there in 1944. The camp was initially established to house Russian prisoner's of war, where 50,000 of them perished as the Germans did not abide by the Geneva Convention, such was the hatred between the two countries.
        Yet B.B. was not a mass extermination camp, as only 52,000 Jews and other persecuted minorities died there, compared to the hundreds of thousands who died in some camps. Twenty percent of the deaths occurred after the ...

        Chatting is more fun than writing.

        A travel blog entry by holly.hixson on Jun 29, 2015

        Today we got up super early and rode the train to Odense, Denmark. Odense is an interesting town, very similar to Eugene in size, population, and topography, so it was interesting to see the differences between the two places as well as the contrast between Odense and Copenhagen. The presentation was one of the most interesting to me that we've seen. They have 34 bike projects to do this year and they have made huge strides in improving the ...

        Sustainable Samsø

        A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Apr 13, 2015

        76 photos

        ... there were 10 landings in-between to allow for a quick rest if needed, it was a climb. My arms were definitely getting sore on the way down. But as you climb to the top theres a trap door that you must get through an then you're at the generator. For our trip, the top of the turbine was opened so we could walk onto of all the mechanics and enjoy the view. The only scary part about the experience was that since it's so high up, you can feel the tower swaying a bit back and ...