Gershoj Kro

Address: Havnevej 14, Kirke Hyllinge, Lejre Municipality, South Zealand, Zealand, Denmark | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Havnevej 14, Kirke Hyllinge, is near Viking Ship Museum (Vikingeskibshallen), Viking Ship Museum, Roskilde Museum, and Jensen Olsen's Clock.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Gershoj Kro Kirke Hyllinge

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Kirke Hyllinge

Last full day in Copenhagen!

A travel blog entry by kara.b on Jan 06, 2015

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... before the break the math classes got divided into 2 different groups so Mia actually had a new teacher today named Fleming. Today in math class they did a bit of review and then began to start learning logs. I was happy because I knew the vast majority of what they were learning! It was funny, we were working on examples and then the teacher came and asked me if he could see what I had done. I laughed a little and then told him sure but that I was only here ...

First full day in Copenhagen and Tivoli!

A travel blog entry by kara.b on Dec 29, 2014

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... left off a pop bottle "bomb" thing that freaked us out. Mia said it gave her a heart attack, but we're fine. Once we got home it was about 10:45pm. We then decided we should probably have something better or just more food for dinner. I decided to have some cucumbers and carrots with dip that I had brought from home. It was yummy! Around 11:15pm we started getting ready for bed. We then talked a bit about what we were going to do tomorrow and then headed to bed around 12:00am. ...

Copenhagan - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 07, 2014

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... I think Gravensteen castle in Ghent has really scarred me. Rosenburg Castle was used by the royals for three generations before they built the ill fated Christiansborg. After the royals moved out they used Rosenburg to store all their old stuff. They have a lot of really nice stuff. It opened to the public as a museum in 1838. A majority of their treasures are the multitude of portraits on the walls. There was a lot of other cool stuff to, porcelain, silverware, thrones and ...

The Bridge

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Aug 26, 2014

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... heavy. A German artist and printmaker, Emil Nolde (1867-1956) one of the first expressionists andirons was known for his very colourful paintings of flowers and his vigorous brushwork. The gallery also had a few rooms which were given over to an indoor stream..... surrounded by black shingle and larger stones. A bit weird. Outside there were several sculptures, including some Moore and Miro. A large terrace and lawn overlooks the sea, from where one can see over ...

One Month Down

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 06, 2014

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... while travelling abroad. However a wise friend of ours turned us onto this little hint…watch out for the number of reviews a place has along with the score of the reviews. A little restaurant in the center of town may have 5 stars but have been reviewed by 10 different people (and with a staff of 10 we all know who was doing the reviewing) where as the best restaurant in the whole town probably only have 4 stars but it has been reviewed ...