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 Museum, and Silkeborg Kunstmuseum.
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Travel Blogs from Silkeborg

Where we encounter Easter Vikings...

A travel blog entry by oreydc on Apr 05, 2015

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A nice bike ride to an Easter brunch, thru downtown, then a ride back Godsbannen where a viking club was practicing fighting... there are decorations in preparation for Easter or the Queen... not sure...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiv_3wq jgPs&feature=youtu.be

Happy Easter / Feliz Pascoa / God ...

Evening walk

A travel blog entry by oreydc on Apr 01, 2015

15 photos

The kids had work to do today, and so we stayed in, even wrote a proposal for a panel to come back.

Cool beans!

After things were done, we wet for nice bike ride to a park, where Katy went for a run and we walked around.

Very, very cool and breezy... but nice. every day more shoots and things coming alive...
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Where is everyone?

A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Jul 14, 2013

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... 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 ...

Vikings and forests

A travel blog entry by xplorersarah on Sep 19, 2012

12 photos

... was especially fantastic as it houses the most well preserved body in the world, Grauballe Man. His death is suggested to have been around 290BC and he was so well preserved because he was found in a peat bog. Once you get over the initial shock at how disgusting this body is, you appreciate the wonder of this find. His gaping neck wound and broken leg have led to many theories behind his death. The Grauballe Man's ...

Raiders of the Lost Arhus

A travel blog entry by chelseadawn on Aug 15, 2010

3 comments, 4 photos

... is no word equivalent to "please", so in addition to the French, the Danish are ********. I doubt I will make much progress at speaking (people don't like to waste time listening to me sound part retarded, they prefer to just speak English), but I definitely need a few lessons in reading. My first trip to the grocery store was slightly confusing, as I can't read any of the labels. I did manage to find a few things I recognized, ...