Hotel Limfjorden

Address: Simons Bakke 39, Thisted, Jutland, 7700, Denmark | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Simons Bakke 39, Thisted, is near Thy National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Thisted

    Hi from Denmark!

    A travel blog entry by amyandlily on Aug 09, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... the sat
    nav and followed the signs for "Centrum" I didn't think about how difficult it would
    be to park a tall vehicle in a city centre! Every signposted car park was
    underground, suitable for vehicles under 2.1m high, and Im pretty sure that
    with the roof rack on, Im taller than that! Just as I was about to give up, and
    follow the sat nav again, I
    came across an over ground car park! Whoop! I parked up and went to get my
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    Deligtful Denmark

    A travel blog entry by bronjack on Jul 03, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... 800Ad in the era of the Vikings. We wandered around the cobblestoned streets before taking cover during a passing thunderstorm in a local pizza restaurant, followed by our first tasting of Danish Waffles and ice-cream which didn’t disappoint. Once the rain had cleared we made our way to the 5 star Ribe Camp ground, complete with an outdoor heated swimming pool, an animal farm, a beautiful kitchen and lounge and private showers where pleasant music played. It ...

    Mando Island / Lemvig

    A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks on Jun 30, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    Strolled the streets of Ribe one final time before heading off to Mando Island. After reading in our tourist book that twice a day the tide cuts off all traffic between the island and the mainland, and then seeing a warning sign stating 'No crossing without knowledge of the high and low tides' we sat still in skippy staring at the road ahead. Realising that between us the most knowledge we have of tides is that they go in and out, we ...

    Day 11 (Eleven)

    A travel blog entry by jorgie0 on Aug 11, 2011

    8 photos

    ... ones.

    A nice scenic drive back home, with a little dirt road thrown in for fun (thanks to Eleanor our Copilot), with further fun thrown in when the car decided that it did not have enogh oil. A frantic phone call made to Eurocar.... Is the display red or yellow? Yellow. Ok drive to the nearest servo put some oil in and we will reimburse you.







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    Community-based solutions

    A travel blog entry by maia on Dec 04, 2009

    2 comments

    In itty bitty Ydby (Idbee) there is a magical place where you can catch a glimpse of how the world should work. The problems that our world face seem constant and sometimes insurmountable. Okay, often insurmountable – but there are always moments in life that fuel us with hope and give us the drive to keep working at this seemingly never-ending task of changing things for the better. For me, these moments usually involve the ...