Kalvslund Kro

Koldingvej 105, Ribe, Jutland, Denmark | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ribe

To Denmark

A travel blog entry by bevtravels on Aug 05, 2014

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Train from Colchester to Harwich and than a ferry from Harwich to Esbjerg. I totally reccomened the ferry from harwich to esbjerg as a great way to travel. Lovely cabins with very comfy beds and good ensuite. I slept for about 12 of the18 hours on ...

Back in Europe

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 03, 2014

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One of the people living in my couch surfing home got up at 7:30, which woke me up so I took the opportunity to book hostels in The Netherlands and Belgium - taking the deposit insurance option with the hope of finding another couch surfing host in one or both locations. I left the flat a bit after 8:00, but no-one was around so I just folded up the bedsheets I'd used and left the place as neat as I could. It was quite warm as I left Copenhagen, so I opted to wear my ...

Legoland

A travel blog entry by tonyrosy on Jul 26, 2014

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Our day in Legoland started with thunderstorms, but this didn't put us off and we managed to get on all the rides we wanted to before lunch. A particular favorite was 'ice flights' where you could first programme your own ride before being flung around in what looked like a ...

Wokingham to Denmark

A travel blog entry by tonyrosy on Jul 25, 2014

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... off steam in the playground. Once on board, the boys were super excited by the bunks in the cabin, and we spent the evening being entertained by Ali-Kazam (who also gets work as a double for Manuel) where George won a balloon Popeye for his balloon blowing skills, and Dad was dragged up for limbo dancing, where he was first (to be eliminated). After a great nights sleep, we awoke to still ...

Tonder to Esbjerg

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Jul 20, 2014

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... including slaves. The slave trade was less common because the cows could be eaten but not so for the slaves who needed to be fed. The villages were very self-sufficient housing a variety of craftsmen. In addition there was a market area. Travelling craftsmen would get a permit for a specific area (like a shopping centre). They would be protected by the Vikings. The next stop was Ribe village, a good example of a Danish village. ...

 

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