Hotel Corona

Address: SkoleGade 1, Herning, Jutland, 7400, Denmark | Inn
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This inn is located on SkoleGade 1, Herning.
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Travel Blogs from Herning

Day 05 – Lego!!

A travel blog entry by meckley on Oct 19, 2015

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... made sure his sons knew that they had to provide a quality product above anything else.

We were a twenty minute walk from the manufacturing facilities. During the quick dash, I looked back to see the youngest struggling to keep up with Doc Smith and me!!! I guess it’s good to be old!! We are apparently more agile and quick!!!!

The manufacturing facility was highly automated. From the back of the Injection Molding machine to shipping, no human touches the ...

JIPTRIP Copenhgan 2015

A travel blog entry by thomassh on Oct 14, 2015

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... are a number of tourist attractions that you can visit in Copenhagen. One place we visited was DR Bayen, the major TV and Radio service – similar to the BBC. You can book a complete tour of the building, looking at all the equipment used in a professional industry. Also we got an insight to what is popular with the Danish public such as The Killing.

Danish food has a number of delicacy's and traditions, that should definitely be tried ...

Central Denmark

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 17, 2015

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... to be ready. We took a lovely bush walk on a small island, then wandered around and had lunch. Later in the afternoon, we went on a bike ride into Ry. The next day, we drove to a charming little town called Ribe. It is Denmarks oldest town, dating back to 860AD. It has lovely cobblestone roads, well preserved timber and half timber buildings and a number of churches. Ribe Cathedral had a tall tower which gave us good ...

World traveler on another adventure

A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Dec 22, 2014

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... in Spain, but something about holding that red cup during the holidays makes everything feel right and festive. I did not have time to get a cup as I walked through, but I knew that I would indulge in one (or several) over those weeks.

Peter picked me up with little Elinor and we all piled into the car heading to their home. I always thought they live IN Copenhagen, but to my surprise they live quite a ways from the big city. It ended ...

Lundunwic and the "Dark Ages"

A travel blog entry by londoncalling93 on Oct 08, 2013

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... All Hallows by the Tower and William Penn was christened there a thousand years later!

St. Brides church in Fleet Street, known as "The Printers Church" is also one of the most ancient places of worship in London. From Roman and Celtic beginnings to Saxon foundations which can be seen in the crypt as well as the wedding dress of the baker's bride who was inspired to create the first tiered wedding ...