Hotel Phonix Hjorring

Address: JernbaneGade 6, Hjorring, Jutland, 9800, Denmark | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on JernbaneGade 6, Hjorring, is near St. Catharine Kirke.
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    Travel Blogs from Hjorring

    An eventful day

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

    ... are together and having fun and that's what really matters. And to cap the day off we ordered pepperoni pizza for dinner tonight, not much in the way of fine dining in Hirtshalls only to find out our pepperoni pizza was covered with mushroom, anyone that knows Angie and I knows that our dietary choices are not always in line BUT the one thing we agree on is our detest of mushrooms, a perfect way to end this day! Thanks again to our bright spot in the day Lars and ...

    Last night in Denmark

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

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    ... us look through some of the old records. It would be great if we can find some more information as we seem to have run into a number of dead ends. Today we headed to the northern tip of Denmark to Skagen and Grenen. It is in Grenen that the Baltic Sea and North Sea meet, and it was incredible to see. The waves literally shift from washing up on shore to crashing into each other forming a line, almost like a natural boundary of the two Seas. It was ...

    Reliving the Past

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

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... got to meet here grandfather so what she knows is based on stories that have been passed down through the years of where he was from and some of the things he did before moving to America. Yesterday she was able to visit the churches where her grandfather and great-grandfather were both baptized. What a surreal experience to know that she was standing where they once stood many ...

    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.

    The Long Road North

    A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Jun 24, 2014

    38 photos

    ... take-over of space in the back of the van. Hamburg wasn’t of much interest to us being a massive city and all so we decided to drive to a town called Lubeck as it sounded more up our alley. It was a beautiful town with some incredibly old buildings. We enjoyed a wander and a bratwurst for lunch in the town’s local market - we were in Germany after all.

    Ribe was the first town we ventured into ...