Skovridergaarden

Svingelen 4, Nakskov, Lolland, 4900, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Svingelen 4, Nakskov.
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Travel Blogs from Nakskov

Castles, more castles, and ancient burial grounds

A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 05, 2014

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... are in a state of disrepair because the noble families that own estates such as these struggle to generate enough income to keep them maintained and pay the high property taxes. A few kilometres from the castle, we found a burial ground that dates back to 3000BC. It just looks like a few large stones carefully placed in the shape of a ship. It’s hard to imagine that people used to go there ...

Herrings, rye bread, and Danish (the pastries)

A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 03, 2014

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... freezing! Once I got my breath back, I realised that I couldn't taste any salt in the water or feel any on my skin. Henning said it has a very low salt content because of the huge rivers from Russia that feed into the Baltic Sea.

Eric fulfilled his need to mow the lawns after breakfast - the houses all have meticulously maintained gardens - most people mow their lawns several times a week during summer - while Kirsten and I biked to the village bakery and ...

A Final Word

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Sep 02, 2014

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I am typing this on board our P&O ferry 'Pride of Hull' in Rotterdam, awaiting our departure to Hull, where we are scheduled to arrive tomorrow morning. That means that the blog is now officially ended for this year apart from one final entry, which incorporates a summary of the past four months and ...

The land of exquisite breads and smorbord

A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 02, 2014

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... in the quite seaside village of Troense, on the island of Trasinge. Most of the houses in the village are hundreds of years old, many have thatched roofs, and all are meticulously maintained - including beautifully manicured gardens. The village even has its own castle.

We had a lovely evening dining on Kirsten's amazing cooking and catching up on all the news.



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Some additional evidence

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Sep 01, 2014

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We had a few hours only left in Fehmarn and and not much left to do. This morning we had arranged with Klaus Jäger, owner of a business that specialises in refurbishing wooden boats but who happens to employ a fibreglass expert called Lars who has been working on renovating CW for the last two winters and today's meeting was to agree a schedule of work. However, we had an ulterior motive as Klaus’ English ...