Danland Ferienpark Blokhus

Address: Hokervej 5 , Blokhus, Jutland, 9492, Denmark | Hotel
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    An eventful day

    A travel blog entry by mike.brewer.727 on Sep 17, 2015

    Well today was supposed to be our last day in Denmark before heading to Norway but the Fjord Line had other plans. . . . Started the morning doing a little laundry (exciting) and then finding out that someone hacked Angie's bank account and cleaned everything out. After a few calls to the bank the good news is in the end she got her money back after going through and identifying all the fraudulent charges, just really makes you mad that there are people in the ...

    Last night in Denmark

    A travel blog entry by mike.brewer.727 on Sep 16, 2015

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    So the first leg of the trip is winding down, tomorrow we have the day in Denmark and then board the ferry from Hirtshalls and set sail to Bergen, Norway. The trip so far has been amazing, a few days in Copenhagen, which was great and then some time in northern Denmark visiting sights and tracing Angie's family history. Hoping we have some real luck tomorrow as the pastor of the church Angie's great-grandfather was baptized in has invited us to his house ...

    Reliving the Past

    A travel blog entry by mike.brewer.727 on Sep 15, 2015

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    Tuesday was probably the best day yet of vacation and it really covers the reason where are here, for Angie to see for the first time where her family came from. I have a greater appreciation for my family history and the fact that I have not only been to where my grandparents where born, I also had the amazing experience of walking with my grandfather on the farm he grew up on. ...

    It Would Help If We Could Read Danish

    A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... say that Christian helped us pick typical Danish food for dinner. I had a bacon type of meat. It was fixed two ways. One way was quite crisp and hard and the other way was in a crust with some other ingredients. Mitch had fried flounder. He doesn't usually eat fried fish but this was very good. It was the whole fish not deboned. There were boiled potatoes served
    with a parsley cream sauce. We also had pickled beets and cucumbers.


    A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 15, 2015

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    ... It is well known for its sand sculpture festival, running from May to October each year. The theme for the sculptures this year was Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales. As well as the impressive sand sculptures, there were timber and metal sculptures. Inside, they had a rock'n'roll museum, heavily focussed on Elvis. They had many items on display. We then drove further north along the coast to Hirtshals, where we visited an Oceanarium. They had a number of large ...