Hotel Limfjorden

Address: Simons Bakke 39, Thisted, Jutland, 7700, Denmark | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Simons Bakke 39, Thisted, is near Thy National Park.
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        Denmark.

        A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 15, 2015

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        ... pools, as well as an outdoor one for seals. A very pleasant afternoon! We had an early dinner in a pub down by the waterfront, the drove back through some rain to the hotel. The next day we visited Aarlborg, which had a large Viking burial ground, with a museum nearby. After that, we had a quick visit to the Utzon Center in town, just for a moments nostalgia about the Opera House, then a drive back along some lakes. A pretty big day all round. The duty free whiskey was well ...

        Wet t-shirt contestants

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 04, 2015

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        ... Well the sort of boat I would like looks more like the one in the photograph, a ‘pucca’ boat and one that will take a great deal of punishment as well as sea. The one featured is an ‘Aquanaut’ but others include Linssen yachts (Grand Sturdy is the brand) and Privateer to name a few.

        Having taken the photo of the Aquanaut for this blog we went to the tourist office to get a map of the island and to enquire as to ...

        Expensive tastes

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 03, 2015

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        ... the sun and read – and why not.

        A little later, we went in search of the tourist office, closed now but open in the morning at 10:00 and then, even though it was well before our usual time of 18:00, we decided to have a beer in the bar-come-cafť on the harbour front. I was keen to try the beer here as it is brewed on the island and claims to be special, as the beer is filtered through the volcanic ash and moler (the ancient clay beds ...

        And then there were two

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 02, 2015

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        ... and all manner of other bits and pieces. Our own cabin and heads will return to a somewhat more ordered state – I say somewhat as I must confess to not being the most tidy of individuals…

        We left Struer, the home of the world famous company Bang & Olufsen, incidentally, at 13:15, our destination the town of NykÝbing Mors (as opposed to NykÝbing Falster), the principal town on Limfjord’s largest island, Mors- the other one is on Falster. ...

        What a tonic!

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 01, 2015

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        ... entrance to the Limfjord during the German occupation between 1939 and 1945 . The way in was protected by a line of mines that could be raised and lowered, I think I recall. What I do recall is that the troop numbers at their peak reached 800, quite an impact on this small town. Once back on board, we had bacon, egg & beans for breakfast and with that, were ready for the off, destination the town of Struer, 23 miles away and the final harbour for Paul, who would be ...