Munkebjerg Hotel

Address: Munkebjergvej 125, Vejle, Jutland, 7100, Denmark | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Munkebjergvej 125, Vejle.
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      Today in "Why Can't we Have Nice things?"

      A travel blog entry by oreydc on Apr 06, 2015

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      ... Vancouver) to a Clown Bar... the Cirkuskroen... lets just say mayhem ensued and I got home by 1am after easting shwarma on the way home.

      Denmark is amazing, even the airports are very HYGGE.

      Obrigado Dinamarca! // Thank you Denmark! // Mange tak ...

      Denmark

      A travel blog entry by isabeln on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... town with Lego buildings, Lego boats in real water, Lego cars and trains that were moving and there were tiny Lego people doing jobs. It was amazing! The cars moved, the boats floated and everything moved.

      After the boat ride, The boys wanted to go into the haunted house which I was too scared of to go into. Instead Mum and I went onto a ride where a watch tower spins around while you pull a rope to go up to the top. It's beautiful up the top because you can see ...

      Denmark

      A travel blog entry by alexandertn on Sep 21, 2014

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      When we got to Denmark we got picked up by Folmer and Anna. Folmer looks just like Far Far. They took us straight to Legoland. I loved it there. It had lots and lots of Lego there. I loved the Haunted house and the polar bear roller coaster.

      We had a party for Signe and I ate some corn and the dog ate some corn. By the way it was actually cow corn. I picked corn from the fields and had a Corn Company ...

      24 Hours With The Danes.

      A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Jun 25, 2011

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      ... important about the one erected by Harold Bluetooth is that it is the first time in history that a reference was made to "Danes" as a people, so this is thought to be the baptism of the Danish nation.

      The inscription chiseled into the big stone reads "Harold King made this memorial stone for Gorm his Father and Thrya his Mother.That Harold who won over the whole of Denmark and Norway and christianised the Danes". All very Viking like, having ...

      A wet, wet day

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 17, 2010

      ... to the island of TunÝ and through a narrow channel that is marked with port and starboard buoys but with only a couple of metres of water on each side of the 'deep' (6m) channel. Despite all the time that we have spent this year in the Baltic, I still haven’t quite got used to such shallow water a good distance from land. Anyway, once past this little hurdle it was a simple sail down to Hov, and we arrived at 14:45 to discover that all berths seemed full, ...