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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Travel Blogs from Roslev

Viking Village and Fortress

A travel blog entry by jbowles on Jun 09, 2015

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Onto Hobro which looked like a pretty scummy town / city but was our gateway to Fyrkat, the Viking Fortress and reconstructed farmstead. The fortress is from 980 in Harald Bluetooth's time (Google will tell you all about it if you're interested!) We had great fun wandering around the two sites, re-enacting the Viking ways! Back on the road to Auning for a two ...

Following Route 12

A travel blog entry by gpcampingcar on May 08, 2015

8 May - Staying next to Denmark's largest in land body of water; it has a 600Km cycle route around it...we set out to do 10 after parking up, but ended up doing 22Km after following Route 12 around the historical midden and bird sanctuary.

9 May - Yet again, the rains have come and we sit it out in GP watching the Hares, deer and rain until ...

The final week

A travel blog entry by renee.newall on Dec 04, 2014

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... I scrubbed in on arthroscopes, vasectomies, bunion removal, putting plates it toes, releasing ligaments, removing fat lumps, polyp removal and IUD insertion, ovarian cyst removal, varicose vein removal, a leg amputation, carpal tunnel surgeries and cataract surgeries. I was busy and I was exhausted and I loved it. The staff were all incredible, giving me flexibility to see surgeries that interested me, they fed me and improved my Danish. It ...

All In One

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

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... administered, wounds to be attended to (chronic wounds), catheter changes etc. Definately my kind of nursing, takes the pressure of nurses and saves the government money. Tony Abbott I hope you are reading this!

Their cemetaries are beautiful. Like botanical gardens with headstones.

I know there is a million other odd things I have observed but can't think of any right now. But stay tuned for my blog about Copenhagen next weekend :)
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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 ...