Hotel Opus Horsens

Egebjergvej 1, Horsens, Jutland, 8700, Denmark | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Egebjergvej 1, Horsens, is near Hjejlen ApS.
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    Travel Blogs from Horsens

    Denmark

    A travel blog entry by isabeln on Sep 21, 2014

    12 photos

    ... any that were not good we gave to the dog to chew. There was corn all around the farm because the dog started stealing all our corn and running off with it.

    The next day we met up with even more friends and family at the original family farm where my great grandparents had lived and my FarFar was born. Even though I got stung by a thistle there while playing football (soccer) it was still pretty amazing to learn about my family history and see all the old (in a good way) ...

    End of Norway, little stop in Denmark

    A travel blog entry by windystevej on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... br>
    Odda was our next stop - once voted Norway's ugliest town. It wasn't great but I don't think it would have won that accolade in most countries. We stayed at a campsite which was pretty rubbish, nice setting on a lake but poor facilities. We're becoming quite discerning campsite customers now. We drove through an 11km long tunnel under the icefields the next day (gutted to find a £15 toll once we got through the other ...

    Vikings and Shopping

    A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... so that was even better.
    I didn't realise that the Vikings were around so early, apparently around 800-1100 AD, but were so technologically advanced with their boat making skills. The Vikings were also not just raping, pillaging thieves, but also hard working farmers and skills traders with other countries. The range of countries they attacked was also much wider than just Scandinavia.
    They used boats for 60 men which were 30m long, 3.8 m wide and went at a ...

    Horsens

    A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 28, 2014

    26 photos

    ... It gave it a really nice atmosphere, because you could wander as you pleased, and it wasn't cluttered by cars. In fact, it wasn't cluttered by people, either. I was struck with how sleepy the town was, especially in the main shopping street on a Saturday early afternoon. Apparently all the shops close by 4pm, so they were already winding up by 2pm.
    We walked to Ida's favourite ice cream store, where she treated me to a milkshake. We carried our ...

    The 36-hour road trip

    A travel blog entry by gunduana on Oct 25, 2013

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    ... to Ringkobing and subsequently to Esbjerg in order to also check the "North Sea"-box of our bucket lists. It did some time to get to Silkeborg, however, since apparently there are two in little Denmark, or at leat my navigation system thinks so. Our slightly crooked route can be viewed here, on Google Maps:
    http://goo.gl/maps/vQJNl
    On returning back to Göttingen ...