Motel 59 Danmarks Transport Center

DTC Torvet 20, Vejle, Jutland, 7100, Denmark | Motel
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This motel is located on DTC Torvet 20, Vejle.
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Travel Blogs from Vejle

A Warm Welcome

A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 07, 2014

22 photos

... this dance suspended 7 stories in the air were very good indeed. Not Cirque du Soleil quality, but gutsy and elegant and quite impressive given that they were hired as regular dancers and did not have much aerial experience.

We’d then arranged to meet Bill, Heather and Julie for drinks in the Viking Crown Lounge and spent a really nice several hours sharing travel stories, comparing musical tastes and discovering a mutual love of all things Monty Python. ...

Back in Europe

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... wooden flooring, floor to ceiling glass and everything looks brand new. Henry and I chatted for ages about everything from economics to computers, then Henry's wife cooked steak medallions for dinner, which were perfectly medium rare, with a side of fresh salad and warm walnut rolls. An amazing dinner. Tomorrow will be a sightseeing day in Hamburg, but I haven't planned or even looked up what is worth a visit so I think that will be my first priority tomorrow ...

Legoland

A travel blog entry by tonyrosy on Jul 26, 2014

4 photos

... based on the speed and movements you had chosen. We managed a few goes on that. The sun came out in the afternoon, but so did the people. We decided the afternoon was about getting as wet as possible. Back to the campsite for BBQ steak and go carts. Last night before ...

LEGOLAND

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 30, 2014

31 photos

... wild you want the ride, then you choose what moves you want the arm to do---- shake you upside down, throwing you forwards, move you side to side, etc. You then gave your card to the ide operator and she slipped it into the computer on the ride. It was really cool to design your own ride.
There was also a new 'polar bear' roller coaster which finished with a view of real life penguins in an enclosure next door.
We also went on the ...

24 Hours With The Danes.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Jun 25, 2011

13 photos

... but we saw a lot. In that 24 hours we managed not use any cash. Card use is everywhere, which suited us just fine, as we didn't want the hassle of getting Danish Kroners just for a day. With our side trip to Denmark over, we got the credit card out ready for one more major toll, to pay for the privilege of going back to Sweden.

Footnote: Kronborg Castle, Jelling Mounds, Runic Stones and Church, Roskilde Cathedral are all UNESCO Heritage listed. ...