Hotel Strandparken

Address: Kalundborgvej 58, Holbaek, Holbaek Municipality, West Zealand, Zealand, 4300, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kalundborgvej 58, Holbaek.
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Travel Blogs from Holbaek

Waking up in kopenhagen

A travel blog entry by dannyriebeek on Jul 30, 2014

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Yesterday, traveled 950kms. Arrived at 22:30 at camping site. Not so tired but had to setup tent for 1st time in the dark, haha. Next tried to make dinner but that failed so i ate an energy bar. Couldnt even eat whole bar. This morning i ate breakfast with last nights dinner. Today next stop will be norway preikesyoelen. Oeps i see that that is 12hrs drive. Better hurry up ...

Day 43

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 06, 2014

... a great sushi buffet. Because there is glass and doors to open, you know no one is sneezing on your sushi rolls. It was so nice because I was able to try a bit of everything. We spent probably about 3 hours at the sushi restaurant and got home around 10. Monica was tired, and we needed to pack the suitcases. She did laundry and I finally washed my smelly tennis shoes. That was a good part of my day. Both of us sat in her room texting our boyfriends. I love that I ...

I am a Viking

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 05, 2014

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... It sounded logical enough for me. We finally made our rounds on one end of the village, but there was also a whole other side to explore. We ran into the blacksmith and pottery houses. Josh was really set on doing Warrior Training, but I was pretty sure we missed it among other things. But we took a seat on a picnic bench and ate some snacks we packed along. For me that meant my crossaints and some grapes. We were right next to the archery range, so we each took ...

Final day of class!

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 04, 2014

... their own stone to represent decisions in the village. What a new twist on family stones. We also had the opportunity to check out some old water mills and windmills. Some houses were brought from the Jutland area and the roofs were made from seaweed instead of straw. Villagers would guide ships in and sometime sabotage them into hitting cliffs so they could steal the wood from their boat. People are crazy and have always been. I really love historical villages like this and it's ...

The Day I became a True Copenhagener

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 30, 2014

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... apparently was created by one of the kings to be a hunting ground. However, now it is just a big park with many trails, hundred of brave deer, and bikers and equestrians. Within the park is also Denmark's oldest amusement park. We didn't go in it, but rode our bikes past and it looked fun. I would like to come back there one day. Lizzie and I just took whatever path that seemed right. We stopped and took some breaks to explore the nature around us. I thought it ...