Hotel Vigen

Adelgade 5, Ebeltoft, Jutland, DK-8400, Denmark | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Adelgade 5, Ebeltoft, is near Fregatten Jylland., Glasmuseum, Farvergardeb, and Vindmolleparken.
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    Travel Blogs from Ebeltoft

    Aarhus - Old City

    A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Jul 22, 2014

    54 photos

    ... are another matter. A couple of paninis and beer can run into $ 50 - $60. Walking develops good ankles because of the cobblestone streets. The apartment is very pleasant and it was nice to take a bit of a breather today after our trip into town. We caught up on laundry and sorted out a few of our future reservations. Tomorrow we are back on the ...

    Legoland & Aarhus

    A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... rental in Aarhus. It is a very pleasant apartment - unfortunately on the fourth floor! It is close to downtown and the owner arranged for a parking permit because the parking is restricted. The owner is an architect who has also been involved in the design of one of the Lego series. We walked a bit in the neighbourhood including down to the beach which is on the east coast of ...

    Long drive to Luxembourg.

    A travel blog entry by stevebinfrance on Jul 21, 2014

    1 photo

    We left at about 8.15 and having got some fuel got on our way. A bit of buggeration cos the Merc GPS didn't know about a motorway north of St Étienne. Anyway, thanks to Ipad we got onto the motorway north of Lyon. It rained intermittently all the way and round Macon ...

    Chairs, Sea, Glass, and Cobblestones (Ebeltoft)

    A travel blog entry by pacislander90 on Feb 04, 2011

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... The town is located right on the coast and is home to a major harbor, winding cobblestone streets, and picturesque cottages with bright red terracotta roof tiles. Ebeltoft also has a famous glass museum that we studied. The museum itself wasn't as architecturally impressive, but the glass artwork inside was incredible. Glass art as always held my curiousity moslty because I admire its rigorous process which I still don't fully understand. This is a museum ...

    Goodbye to John & Susie

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 16, 2010

    2 photos

    ... populated, there are communities and houses everywhere.

    Once back on the boat, we were surprised by a knock around 17:30 – it was a policeman, who very politely asked to see our passports and wher e we’d come from and our plans. This was a first and only remarkable because just an hour earlier, that had been one of our topics of conversation – spooky or what!

    One final point, Elaine who had been with us earlier this trip, ...