Hotel Viby Kro

Skolevej 1, Viby, Zealand, 4130, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Skolevej 1, Viby, is near Lejre Research Center.
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Travel Blogs from Viby

Copenhagan - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 07, 2014

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... weren't many stairs. Most of the way up the tower was a wide ramp that just rolled around an empty hollow. Which was concealled by a solid brick wall so no freaking out by looking down, win! The top of the tower used to be used as an astrologers observatory, so they made a sloping floor instead of stairs so they could roll heavy equipment up there instead of carrying it up stairs. There were two flights of stairs at the top but not to big. The last one was a spiral staircase ...

Switzerland planning and packs!

A travel blog entry by daniandjess on Aug 01, 2014

... and Klaus that they will.pick us up in Munich a week from today. So excited to see them all!!! relieved that in our tired state we will be guided to a bed that night! Kami Beukers ought to have her head examined! She plans on joining up with us after the games for a few days! If nothing else we made some intelligent decisions today.... 1. We are not going to be prepared for Mountaineering! Trekking will be our speed. The blogs about the 60' plus ladders ...

I am a Viking

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 05, 2014

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... fun and delicious. I hung out for a while and we listened to some good music. Stephan, another Asain-Dane living there, told his story about the scars on his arm. It started out with a shark bite tale, but actually was about him punching through a window. We bonded on mutually stupid scar stories and had a good laugh. Jasper had me playing a game with six rows of Jenga blocks stacked like a pyramid. You can take one or as many as you like, but the person with the last ...

More Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by jmcnamara on Jun 24, 2014

... King (lame, I know), but I was pretty tired and it was close to the hotel. It tastes exactly the same and costs twice as much. Another example of the Danish friendliness: after I got my food I went upstairs and started to eat. I didn’t realize it but I had gotten a slightly different order and the cashier was running around trying to find me. “My friend, I gave you the wrong meal! I’m sorry!” I was ...

End of Session One

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 13, 2014

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... 8. Copenhagen is a beautiful city inside and out. The people don't go out of their way to talk to you, but if you need help they will go out of their way to make sure you're okay. In my next few weeks, I'll continue to learn more. I hope to finally get a bike and learn how to say the street I live on. (In conclusion, Sam and I had a great time exploring parks and walking around a new part of the city. We ate out at Cafe Phenoix and had some awful lasagna and salad--not worth ...