Dragsholm Slot

Address: Dragsholm Alle 1, Hoerve, Odsherred Municipality, West Zealand, Zealand, 4534, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dragsholm Alle 1, Hoerve.
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      What led me to this madness?

      A travel blog entry by screek on Aug 29, 2013

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      ... there, with family and friends. When we got out there then we followed the instructions and so on, signed the paper that said "you can die from this!" and so on, yada yada yada. When i got into the plane that's where i really knew, its gonna happened there is no way back, my mind was on drugs kinda it felt like it was gonna blow anytime soon. We flew up and up... and oh my, 4km up is waaaay higher then you might think, a instructor pointed over at another peace of land ...

      Roskilde - Medieval Capital of Denmark

      A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 19, 2012

      4 comments, 19 photos

      Here are some pics from the walk we did on Tuesday. Actually most of these were taken Tuesday morning before the group arrived from Oslo. I had flown down Monday morning from Oslo to Copenhagen to meet those coming in for this portion of the Adventure. So I got a chance to wander the charming little town of Roskilde and refresh the walk route during sparkling morning sunshine. Afternoon light wasn't as good, so unfortunately I don't have many photos ...

      Denmark Day 9

      A travel blog entry by inca_gold on May 20, 2011

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      I awake at 9am to a thunderous roaring. I've managed to camp under the takoff route from Aahrus airport. Good weather now though, I make an easy ride down the coast to Ebeltoft and take the ferry for an hour across to Sjaelland. It's a cool hydrofoil like in tomorrow never dies.

      Short Study Tour

      A travel blog entry by veevers on Feb 06, 2011

      ... s note. And the catch with free healthcare is obviously the enormous amount of taxation (often 40% - 60% income tax).

      We went out in Aarhus later that night. First, we went to a pizza shop, which was very, very good (but rather expensive). Then we met our tour leaders at a microbrewery. After spending quite a while there, we went to this bar, which was actually a lot of fun. A band was playing, and there was a ...

      Museums and Organs

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 15, 2010

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      ... round Land’s End and thence back home, where she is now part of the museum’s exhibits.

      Also in the museum were a large number of information boards, giving fascinating details into the lives of these enterprising people. I was not aware of the extent of their trading routes, for instance. They went as far east as Istanbul and as far west as America. It says a lot about the toughness of the vessels that they had made their own and of course, the ...