Gl. Rye Kro

Address: RyesGade 8, Ry, Jutland, 8680, Denmark | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jul 09, 2015

    37 photos

    ... onto a bus. A few minutes later, we got off the boat near a tourist information center. That is when we found out the sites we wanted to visit were each at least an hour out of town. We decided to take our chances in town.

    We set out on foot from the tourist information center. We had zero idea where we were going or what we would do in town. Following the crowd from our bus seemed a good place to start. At one point, ...

    Copenhagen Days 1 and 2

    A travel blog entry by blaireharrison on May 30, 2015

    17 photos

    ... are rivals and do not particularly care for one another. 99% of their Jewish population survived, but only 50% of that had a home and belongings to return to after the war. Ill post pics from the day. Sweden is just across the bay. Tomorrow we plan to take a train there. Stuff we've learned: Danes smoke a lot. They all speak English There is a lot of graffiti They have 7-11's everywhere They have amazing history Danes are friendly and helpful The parks are ...

    So you think Denmark is quite similar to NZ?

    A travel blog entry by copperfreckles on Feb 08, 2015

    ... and student, which engages you with the material much better than simply listening to a lecture will ever do. The classes have a greater emphasis on self-learning. They expect you to have done the (large amount) of reading prior to class. There is also an expectation that students actively participate in class - many of the subjects require you to present to the class the chapter/case that was the required reading for that week.



    A travel blog entry by meetthefolkers on Aug 28, 2014

    2 comments, 38 photos

    ... the streets. They had a big jumping castle area where Indy, Alfred and Lili had a great time. We felt like it was a smaller version of Amsterdam - canals, paved walk ways and bikes. Shopping wasn't high on our agenda in Denmark - it was really expensive for us. One coffee shop where we had a delicious brunch charged $10AUD for a cup of coffee or a coke!! Yikes!!

    We also went to one of my very favourite stores - IKEA. It was just like Australia but with even more options - ...

    Den Gamle By- The Old Town

    A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 27, 2014

    16 photos

    ... here. I originally thought that it was like Sovereign Hill, with replicas built of the houses, but they were actually the real houses, just relocated from all over Denmark to this 'open air museum'.
    There were houses there from as early as 1550, with all of them refurnished just as they would have been back in the day. There was even one there which Hans Christian Anderson went to as a child. Inside some of them were people dressed as ...