Struer Grand Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStruer Grand Hotel
Comfortable rooms with own shower (although a little small). Resturant is a bit expensive, do not know what the food is like. However there are other places to eat, pizza or pub food. Both very good.
Breakfast is VERY good, warm bread and fresh soft boiled eggs.
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After visiting the dune we carried on south through Jutland to an ACSI campsite just outside the small city of Viborg.
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... dries up later this afternoon.
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