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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Travel Blogs from Sor

Roskilde Viking Ship Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 02, 2014

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... unknown ship museum in Bergen. (See Bergen Maritime Museum tries/londone7/29/1413664717/tpod.html)

The next most famous museum is in Roskilde. Entrance was a rather steep 115K ($23) but had ...

Just an update

A travel blog entry by pdesbjerg on Jul 31, 2014

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... first rainfall on the Sunday. Boy did it rain but also cleared quickly as well. It was 30 klm to our next destination which was Ringstead. Just a quick overnighter. Yesterday however we did a 55 km rIde here to Korsor. Man that was a bit tough for me me Pete was okay with it. Took a beautiful 3 klm ride this morning through their park down ...

Departure dates and a little planning

A travel blog entry by fiefranc on Jun 28, 2013

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... weeks to discover California and meet up with some of our american/canadian friends from New Zealand. Now we started roughly to find the route that we want to go around and some extreme sports stuff we want to try out. On our list is: Skydiving in Las Vegas Shark cage diving in San fran or San pedro White waterrafting in San ...

Officially Excited

A travel blog entry by jayani on Mar 19, 2013

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... snowstorm! ...A once a year event, and not normally at this time of year ;)...lucky me!...It was only 6.40 am but I was so excited to see the snow covering everything and falling that I couldn't go back to sleep. Wanted to go play in the ...

Museums and Organs

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 15, 2010

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... round Land’s End and thence back home, where she is now part of the museum’s exhibits.

Also in the museum were a large number of information boards, giving fascinating details into the lives of these enterprising people. I was not aware of the extent of their trading routes, for instance. They went as far east as Istanbul and as far west as America. It says a lot about the toughness of the vessels that they had made their own and of course, the ...