Nilles Kro

Hadstenvej 209, Sabro, Jutland, 8471, Denmark | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Hadstenvej 209, Sabro, is near Bazar Vest.
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Travel Blogs from Sabro

All In One

A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Sep 11, 2014

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... all foods fortified with vitamins and minerals apart from those regulated by their government?

In the community nursing team the nurses aren't expected to assist with self care of patients. There is only 4 or 5 nurses working in the day with a team on 10 or so PCA equivalents who go to the patients houses and shower them, dress them, assist with all the ADL's, put on compression stockings, etc. Where the nurses are only to visit those who ...

My hometown

A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Aug 30, 2014

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The strangest thing about Denmark I think is the language barrier. Despite MOST locals speaking fluent English, it is the ONLY foreign country I have been to that doesn't have english translations for things. Most countries will have at stations boards of announcements in their local language then have it translate to english, they would always have english menu's at ATMs and cafes etc. Generally all info was displayed ...

Mckenzie Corp: Boiler Storage Tips

A travel blog entry by quarrieoriard on Aug 10, 2014

... method is preferred for boilers that will be out of service for an extended period of time or where the temperatures can go below freezing.

Again, inspect and clean your boiler

Drain all the water and make sure that the boiler is completely dried. Remember, any moisture left on boiler surfaces will eventually corrode
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Scandinavian Deer Park

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jul 05, 2014

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... and able to be touched.

After we had finished walking around the Scandinavian zoo, Mathias drove us back. He stopped off at a surprise location, which was a beautiful lookout, which he says is one of the treasures of Aarhus that only the locals know of. It is on top of a hill, but also is boosted by an extra bump, which legend says is a Viking King burial spot. It is now heritage listed, but a really beautiful view ...

Hello, Denmark

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 26, 2014

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... light peeping from behind the curtains at around 10am was too inviting.
Anne and Ida made me the most beautiful welcome breakfast with eggs, bacon, warm bread, nutella, cheese, and juice.
We got dressed and headed out to explore Aarhus.
My first impressions of Aarhus was that it looked like a miniature village or something that was artificially created, because it didn't seem real that the buildings actually looked ...