Hotel PostGaarden

Address: StorGade 25, Sor, Zealand, 4180, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel, located on StorGade 25, Sor, is near Black Diamond (Den sorte diamant).
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel PostGaarden Sor

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Travel Blogs from Sor

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A travel blog entry by pdesbjerg on Jul 31, 2014

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... water. Really pretty. One of the pictures shows part of the bridge that takes us to the island. However we will not see the sights. We are not permitted to ride the bridge so we have to take the train under the water. So all in all we have managed to put over 200 klm behind us on the bikes. Next destination......Best Western in Odense. ...

Viking History

A travel blog entry by onourway on Jul 08, 2013

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... with others. We were glad the museum had luggage lockers, since the Roskilde train station did not. And arriving on an early train meant we were at the museum when it opened and had the ships (and the awesome employees) almost all to ourselves for a bit. Set against the harbour, the ships were eerie and beautiful in the morning light. It was a fascinating bit of history we’re glad we’re not leaving Scandinavia without finding out more about. Two thumbs up for ...

Day 6 - Nørre Aaby to Roskilde

A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on May 25, 2013

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... glance at the outdoor exhibits convinced us that we had better put the visit on tomorrow's schedule to do it justice. Where else can you watch 5 Viking ships (replicas) sailing together in the bay? We wandered round the harbour. The various clubs there tend to be joint sailing/rowing/kayaking clubs, which the Commodore of Garnock Canoe Club found a bit strange, although she spotted a pair of Prijon Kodiaks identical to her own vessel. In a rowing ...

Yes, I got here and having a great time

A travel blog entry by ae.middlemarch on Jul 07, 2011

2 comments, 39 photos

I could hardly believe I was finally on my way to Denmark. There was the SAS plane and when I boarded I was offered a Danish newspaper. Wow! :). On the cheap super economy seats get offered food to buy and I could not resist a platter of Danish smørrebrød, complete with herrings and rye bread. Yum! I was surprised my credit card was swiped but no PIN or signature was required. Strange.

My niece’s husband Claus and his 10-year-old son collected me. ...

Museums and Organs

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 15, 2010

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... to warrant a dedicated museum building, which shows them off well. Also in the museum was a rolling 20’ film of the voyage of the ‘Sea Stallion of Glendalough’. I’ll backtrack a little to explain.

The largest vessel of the 5 discovered was 36 metres long with plank seating for 72 oarsmen, in other words a substantial warship. Interestingly, from the analysis of the wood, she had been constructed during the early years of the ...