Hotel Hanstholm

Address: Chr. Hansens Vej 2, Hanstholm, Jutland, 7730, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Chr. Hansens Vej 2, Hanstholm.
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        A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 15, 2015

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        Thursday was a transit day. We collected the rental car, then took a ferry to Fredeikshavn in Denmark. It only took 3 1/2 hours to get there, then a couple of hours drive to the small village of Klim, just near Fjerritslev. We settled into our nice hotel room, then went for a short drive down to the beach - bit disappointing by Oz standards - lots of pebbles, some sand, flat surf. Had a lovely dinner at the hotel restaurant. The next day, Friday, we set off up the coast to a town ...

        Wet t-shirt contestants

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 04, 2015

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        ... is so common in this part of the world, we love it.

        We got to the old quarries but in truth, there was not much to see apart from one residual piece of rock that they’d left behind to illustrate the bandings. Further down the hill (Julie walked) and up a little and we were on the edge of the crumbling cliffs but by now, it was spitting with rain and thoughts of getting home became pressing. We decided to travel along the cliff path on ...

        Expensive tastes

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 03, 2015

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        ... we were soon secure. Well we were, provided that I continued to keep the engine driving us forward, as it transpired that the line of buoys were too close to the pontoon for a boat of our length. I therefore swapped places with Julie and proceeded to rig a system whereby the midship cleat was employed to take the buoy line, effectively bringing the buoy backwards relative to the boat. Another thing we had to do was straighten her up, she was still ...

        And then there were two

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 02, 2015

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        It was a damp, cool start to the day, this the day we bade our farewells to Paul, which we did by 08:30 having walked with him to the station. From there he would catch the train to Århus, then a bus to the airport, a Ryanair flight to Stansted and a train back to Cambridge where he was to be picked up by Tom, his younger son. As always on the occasion of parting, we were sorry that such an agreeable time together had come to an end but at the same time, looking forward ...

        Meat with fat

        A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jun 11, 2015

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        ... fiord was flat and clean, there were fisherman laying nets and along the banks were fish traps. I find it strange that on such a huge piece of glassy flat water that one never sees fish jumping or rising.

        However as we found out, courtesy of Google, there are fish in Denmark since apparently Denmark is the fifth biggest exporter of fish products in the world. The major species that they catch are Herring, Cod, Mackerel ...

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