Roslev Kro

Address: JernbaneGade 11, Roslev, Jutland, 7870, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel is located on JernbaneGade 11, Roslev.
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A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 15, 2015

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... It is well known for its sand sculpture festival, running from May to October each year. The theme for the sculptures this year was Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales. As well as the impressive sand sculptures, there were timber and metal sculptures. Inside, they had a rock'n'roll museum, heavily focussed on Elvis. They had many items on display. We then drove further north along the coast to Hirtshals, where we visited an Oceanarium. They had a number of large ...

Wet t-shirt contestants

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 04, 2015

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... clothes later, we enjoyed our cake-half (one each would be greedy..) and I spent a couple of hours on the mind-numbing task of copying and renaming files of photographs from my old disk ( the one that caused the problem in Norway) onto my new, logical and streamlined filing system on my new drive. I have literally hundreds of these to transfer and rationalise, oh joy. Mind you it is fun looking at photos taken over a decade ago, fun but alarming at the same ...

Expensive tastes

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 03, 2015

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... a diagonal relative to the wind. All of this effort was finally rewarded and she looked fine and secure, especially after I’d attached additional lines and another buoy. She ain’t going anywhere now!

It’s good to be reminded now and then just how difficult boats can be to handle when the wind is blowing. 11 ++ tons of boat with 16 knots blowing on the side is heavy, impossibly so when it is gusting and just about ...

And then there were two

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 02, 2015

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... all the limited space on the boat back to our own exclusive use! Having said our goodbyes, we left Paul to await the arrival of his train – one thing I won't do is stay till the bitter end, waiting for the train/bus/taxi whatever it is. Conversation seems to become increasingly artificial and stilted, so it’s better to part at a more natural time.

Our first job was to stock up on supplies. We run a kitty system when people are with us so ...

What a tonic!

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 01, 2015

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... waves, at least not at this juncture but today as we turned right out of the harbour we found not a 6 knot current, fortunately but a couple of knots against us. The wind at this point was also in our faces so for the first three miles or so, the engine had to work hard as we made our way in a south-easterly direction deeper into the Limfjord. The scenery is so different here to that which we have so recently left behind, different but pretty in its own way. The countryside ...