Tylstrup Kro

Address: Tylstrupvej 36, Ålborg, Jutland, 9382, Denmark | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tylstrupvej 36, Ålborg.
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Travel Blogs from Ålborg

Free at last!

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 05, 2015

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... chap and spent some time defending his exorbitant fees (250kr + charge for electricity + only 1 unisex shower & toilet). Apparently the harbour trust do not want pleasure boats in the harbour so they do all they can to make life difficult. Given the poor facilities and the characterless nature of the town (the Rough Guide has two references to Hirtshals, 'otherwise missable' and ‘desolate harbour town’) I can’t ...

All At Sea

A travel blog entry by gpcampingcar on May 12, 2015

After an overnight stay at Aabo Camping, we caught the 3hr Color Line Ferry from Hirtshals to Kristiansands; a very smooth crossing that was spent in the rather plusher Voyager Class lounge as the ship was nearly empty - according to the crew.

The on and off loading was very quick and the ship left on time; on arrival we had to queue for a short time to get out of the Port, but very soon we were on the road in Norway.

A trip to see Paola!

A travel blog entry by oreydc on Mar 31, 2015

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... back on the train, where we sat next to a some folks who were helping out a wear refugee from Ukraine. It was really touching to see the Danes rally around him, one guy paid his train ticket to Copenhagen.

We were back in time for a great meal waiting for us by Katy O!


Day 1 - Direction Spain

A travel blog entry by annike on Jul 09, 2011

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... Spain" sign. Plus we could also use it later on. So we made a sign saying "Direction Spain". Later we found out that it was not that clear after all, but we did not know that at the time:)

After about 2 hours of trying to get a ride we finally got somebody to take us a bit further. In this time we already managed to get quite upset that nobody was willing to give us a ride or was not going where we wanted to go and just wanted to ...

Ålborg and Skagen

A travel blog entry by btutterow on May 31, 2011

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... was no public transportation to the tip of Denmark, known as Grenen. It was about an hour walk that was about four kilometers, but we stopped along the way to enjoy the sights. There was an old lighthouse from the 1600s that was literally a bucket which had a wooden fire in it and was hoisted up by a huge crane-like mechanism. It was really cool and historic. We kept walking and ran into a 'regular’ lighthouse that was still a couple hundred years old. We were able to climb ...