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A Travel Blog entry by johnlesley from Denmark, Western Australia, Australia
... howling and I said to Lesley that as we go slightly inland, the wind should drop. How wrong I was. The route to Denmark took us through some amazing countryside of tall Karri forests interspersed with the most lush grazing paddocks of cattle, sheep and ...
A Travel Blog entry by austins2011 from Denmark, Western Australia, Australia
... tingle trees were certainly impressive. Drove on a little further to check out the Giant Tingle Tree, around 25m in circumference. The area around Denmark really is beautiful with a reputation for good food, local wines and stunning scenery, much ...
A Travel Blog entry by robncarol from Denmark, Western Australia, Australia
... the time comes. As usual, the bush poets were great. We were there from Wednesday to Monday. From there we headed down to Denmark for a few days. It is a small town on the coast not far from Albany. The coastline around there is very picturesque. We ...
A Travel Blog entry by gregjenlong from Copenhagen, Denmark
... slightly fewer than 1.1 million (1,084,885(2006)) inhabitants, lying wholly within present-day Copenhagen Capital Region. Statistics Denmark has never stated the geographical area of metropolitan Copenhagen, a rough guesstimate would be around 350 km² ...
A Travel Blog entry by travelbug05 from Denmark, Western Australia, Australia
We spent a week in Geraldton with Edd's family and then made our way back south towards Denmark, stopping for a brief three nights in perth, where we sorted our accommodation for when we returned the following week. Typically, we visited 9 rooms to rent ...
A Travel Blog entry by sammy64 from Denmark, Western Australia, Australia
... into Denmark. Would be very busy in Summer. Sunday 17th Rained overnight and drizzled on and off for some of the morning. Drove south east to Denmark on the south coast of WA. Stopped for morning tea the Millhouse Cafe in Pemberton which is a small ...
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... morning I was up with Tim and fresh hoping to catch some sights. Unfortunately it was a football trip so culture in Denmark played second fiddle. However we did enjoy walking through the streets the next morning, enjoying Danish coffee, Danish pastry and ...
A Travel Blog entry by jannettek from Copenhagen, Zealand, Denmark
... large areas of dungeons, and in one of these a statue of sleeping Holger Danske. Legend says if he wakes up Denmark will find itself in trouble. So a good place to visit. Helsingor itself also has some pretty ...
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The first port of call for our South West road trip was delightful Denmark. Nestled on an inlet, this green town had beautiful character with alfresco cafes and small boutique shops, not to mention the spectacular surrounding coastline. We booked to stay ...
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