Hejse Kro

Address: Skaerbaekvej 17, Fredericia, Jutland, 7000, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Skaerbaekvej 17, Fredericia.
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Travel Blogs from Fredericia

Frederecia, Denmark

A travel blog entry by garrickgottleib on Aug 06, 2015

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... many ramparts used during the war with Sweden. The city lost but it gave Copenhagen the knowledge on how to build their ramparts to win. The crosswalks signs for people to cross are made of little soldiers. We next went to the only Jewish cemetery in Frederecia some of these gravestones are centuries old and when a tombstone falls over you are not slowed to touch it. We finished off the tour with another stop at the ramparts to see some ...

Lots of autobahn

A travel blog entry by cokers on Jul 26, 2015

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Our principal reason for staying at Celle was just 25 kms away, but before heading for Bergen Belsen concentration camp we fueled up the DS3, which is averaging 4.5 litres/100 kms despite the 120 km/h cruising on the autobahn. We also had a wander around Celle and discovered it's many charming buildings.
We then went looking for a supermarket, but apparently they are closed on Sunday as we confirmed later in the day.
In planning this trip Jude ...

Fun in Legoland

A travel blog entry by roamingm on Jul 15, 2015

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... with while they wait. We went back to our room just after lunch for a break .... well a nap really.... we're getting old, Eh. Back to the rides and stayed till almost closing time .... which is 8pm. We really had a Great time. Yes Christine, you were right.... it was a lot of ...

Janky Bikes and Baby Tigers

A travel blog entry by xxiong on Jun 29, 2015

Today was an early start! Odense was very interesting but my bike was so front heavy since it came with a basket. I really thought that i was going to either topple over or crash into someone by the end of the night. Luckily I didn't. My bike was a purple cruiser with flames on the step-through bar, which I thought was super sick at first. However, my bell started ringing on its own and the front basket made me realize that I have no navigational skills. How do Danish ...


A travel blog entry by heathermurphy7 on Jun 29, 2015

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... of as compact are more like Odense than like Copenhagen. The officials also mentioned children and their safe routes to school campaigns, which are amazing. It is required for the state to pay for transport for kids to school, but there are no school buses here, Instead, they make certain kids can bike to school. There is infrastructure, school zones where speeds drop to 30 km/hr, and other traffic calming techniques to ensure slow traffic. The ...