Hotel Ny Hattenaes

Address: Hattenaes 7, Silkeborg, Jutland, 8600, Denmark | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Hattenaes 7, Silkeborg, is near AQUA Ferskvands Akvarium og Museum, Silkeborg Kunstmuseum, and Silkeborg Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Silkeborg

Envision There Is No Heaven.

A travel blog entry by imaginedra280 on Dec 26, 14

... legends.

Now it is time to perform the tune. Make sure the song is recorded on a high quality cassette. Using CD's are finally, much better. Have clear copies with Imagine Dragons pretty large font. When choosing a song you your self like, avoid singers who muffle the words and choose age suitable themes and lyrics. Use an beautiful layout to enrich the visual side of your lesson plan.

You will also want ...

World traveler on another adventure

A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Dec 22, 2014

132 photos

... many people but it was interesting to see it all in action. I’m not a big crowd person so getting from the door to the elevator was enough experience for me.


The sun sets around 415 this time of year, so our day ended with a walk along the wooded path back to Louise and Peter’s house near Hillerød. The next day, with a quick decision, I went back into Copenhagen to explore some of the other parts. I didn’t really have a ...

Where is everyone?

A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Jul 14, 2013

4 photos

... how long it would take. The highlight of our drive to Odense and perhaps of the entire day, was driving over the Great Belt Fixed Link. It might sound cliché, but this is an engineering marvel if ever there was one. It connects the islands of Funen and Zealand and consists of two bridges, both more than 6.5 kilometres long! The one bridge is a suspension bridge with pylons towering more than 250 metres above sea level and a road deck dangling 65 metres above the ocean ...

German Invasion and the Aarhus Festival

A travel blog entry by timgillibrand on Sep 08, 2010

3 comments, 5 photos

... in the bus to a generous load of German beer, which he hauled to Aarhus for Jordan. Apparently, beer is much cheaper in Germany and there is free trade between the German-Danish boarder for such goods. People from Denmark often travel the 2 hours to Germany with trailers, or the like, to obtain some of Deutschland's most coveted nectar.

Robin fit in quite well immediately with us Canadians. Without a doubt, the free German ...

Part II

A travel blog entry by melepua on Aug 04, 2010

... quite modest for royalty, surrounded by trees and overlooking a lake (or the sea. There’s so much water here, it’s hard to know). We ate a picnic lunch on a bench by a bog, then wandered some more. Interspersed in the gardens are beautiful statues, surprising us as we turned corners. A boy, a horse, a bird, what’s next? We discovered a World War I memorial and I caught myself playing with its impressive ...