Hotel Opus Horsens

Address: 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

          JIPTRIP Copenhgan 2015

          A travel blog entry by thomassh on Oct 14, 2015

          11 photos

          ... over 40KR worth of notes for a sandwich can feel strange, however the price for food is only a little bit more than in the United Kingdom. It can be difficult to find Danish Krone from currency exchanges in England on short notice, as it may be needed to order in store. We found that Marks & Spensers had some Krone available without having to order it in advance. There is always the opportunity to change it whilst you are over there however it ...

          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...

          First Impressions and General Musings

          A travel blog entry by copperfreckles on Feb 01, 2015

          8 photos

          ... likely extend to all of Europe, is the sense of history here. You can easily imagine people walking the same streets in the 1700s or 1800s or even in the Renaissance period. You simply don't get that feeling when living in such a young country, such as New Zealand. I am not an architecture student, but it is impossible not to appreciate how beautiful the buildings are here - they tell the story of the city by themselves. Most of the ...


          A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jul 04, 2014

          7 photos

          ... filled your lolly bag with whatever mix you wanted, and they charged you per the weight of the bag. I tried a lot of sweets that I had never seen before back home, but having a sweet tooth, pretty much everything was great!
          We saw the movie A Fault in Our Stars, which was a very emotional story about cancer-ridden teenagers. I didn't cry at all in the movie, which makes me worry that I have a heart of stone. Everyone I met has cried in that movie, ...


          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 ...