Hotel Rebild Park

Jyllandsgade 4, Gammel Skorping, Jutland, 9520, Denmark | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gammel Skorping

Paul and Trines

A travel blog entry by amandanicholls on Jul 27, 2014

Well I thought the ferry trip was over but no, the adventure continued with a minor altercation with a Danish biker involving a fallen bike on the ferry ..... Long story short, insurance details were exchanged and the nose cone on the BMW is a little scuffed. So we leave eisberg and head on a tourist road towards a place called ringkøbing which lies between the sea and a fjord on ...

Aalborg

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Jul 23, 2014

34 photos

Tonight we are staying outside of Aalborg. We travelled to Skagen which is located at the northern tip of the Jutland peninsula. It is a major shipping centre and fishing town. During the summer it is also a tourist town. Very quaint houses - likely many are vacation rentals. Then we headed back south to Aalborg where we will stay overnight before taking the ferry to Sweden tomorrow ...

My home away from home

A travel blog entry by that_crazy_one on Jul 12, 2014

23 photos

I absolutely adore Aalborg! It is not a tourist part of Denmark by any means but it is wonderful. The people are so lovely and friendly, it is very safe and clean, the night life is great, it is beautiful and the food!...... I don't think the food gets any better than it does in Denmark!

I have been here twice already but plan on going many more times and hope, one day to go on a more permanent basis :-)
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Deligtful Denmark

A travel blog entry by bronjack on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

After a much needed rest day in the well appointed Husum campground, we braved the headwinds again to cycle the last part of the German Coast arriving into the town of Niebull by the evening just before the rain came down. Unfortunately with no campground in town and the prospect of cycling on in the rain not inviting-we decided to front up at the local Youth hostel for the night. Walking into reception looking very bedraggled-the lady at the desk announced ...

Stuckenborstal

A travel blog entry by big.adventure on Jun 15, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

Left the site at 9 ish after 10 hours much needed sleep. Woke up to glorious sunshine. Again there is a a lot of motorway travelling, but as they were German 'autobahns' with NO speed limits, Steve decided to take full advantage. He got up to 110mph before I made him slow down! It's really odd not having to keep your eye on the speed limit. And a bonus, the eyelashes ...