Hotel Mariehonen

Address: Danmakrsgade 40, Frederikshavn, Jutland, 9900, Denmark | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Danmakrsgade 40, Frederikshavn, is near Bangsbro Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Frederikshavn

Skagerrak and Kattegat- not by Dave D and co!

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jun 23, 2015

1 comment, 32 photos

... those of the Kattegat, between Denmark and Sweden.
The waters of the Skagerrat come from the North sea and are more powerful than those from the Kattegat. The sand spit at the tip moves a bit every year. it is customary to walk out to the Grenen and ...

Smyril Line

A travel blog entry by peterjl on Jun 16, 2015

A beautiful morning, blue skies and warm. We had to arrive 2.5 hrs before our 11.30 sailing and drove into the port at 8.45 to be greeted by what looked like a shambles. Mhomes, cars, mbikes, were shuffled off to a sand parking lot which vehicles facing all directions. Gradually we were filtered out towards another queue at checkin. Here we learnt that passengers have to leave the vehicles prior to embarkation ...

Jutland

A travel blog entry by peterjl on Jun 15, 2015

160 miles brings us to Hirtshals in northern Jutland. As we drove north there was less and less traffic and the population centres are small. Some large lorries making their ways to the ferries for Iceland and Norway. Driving around plenty of motorhomes around waiting for the Iceland ferry. Our campsite is about a mile from a long beach. You can drive on the beach but there are hardly any vehicles and I could not see either end of ...

A blaze of flowers

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jun 13, 2015

13 photos

... show were simply amazing with colours from white through to pink, red, yellow and many combinations in between. Something worth seeing and it stimulated me to undertake a project to photograph many of the different flowers that grow wild in Denmark.

On reaching Skagen we found a really expensive parking and set off for a liesurely stroll around town before setting off for Grenen which is the most Northerly point in ...

Day 13

A travel blog entry by jorgie0 on Aug 12, 2011

1 comment, 9 photos

... they built the church but gave up as it kept getting covered in sand. They dismantled the actual church for materials but left the tower as you can see in the picture. Apparently, they still have services on Sundays which occasionally get interrupted by the odd jogger :-)


We went to the northern most point where the oceans meet - the sea was a little on the cold side, ...