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A Travel Blog by jeroen
... , tight planning and a growing pile of tourist bumph in the boot. I'm visiting dozens of destinations and sights, including the very south, the east coast, the arctic cirle, Lapland, the forests in the middle bit, and finally the southwest. Hope I spot a ...
A Travel Blog by paulollivere
Hi, This is all about my first foray into unemployed life wandering round with a backpack. I'm going to be off to Australia, New Zealand and then South America and see what happens from there.
A Travel Blog by kenanddonna2005
Starting in the land of Danish Vikings and ending (hopefully) in the Turkish baths!!!
A Travel Blog by andersogjohan
"Turen der skulle forandre deres liv....For evigt" - uddrag fra bagside af bogen. "Hæsblæsende rejsenovelle" - Berlingske Tidende "Læseren vil få en ny forståelse af kvalitetstid, når denne fra første side bliver nærmest besat af bogen" - ...
A Travel Blog by tom_white_5588
I am going on exchange for one semester to Copenhagen Business School & am traveling to and from Denmark.
A Travel Blog by johnhart
My first destination is Denmark the home of bacon and pastries, Yum. From there I fly to Croatia heading through Easten Europe then towards the heart of the old Eastern Bloc, Russia. From Russia I take the trans siberian railway via Mongolia and Great Gobi ...
A Travel Blog by felixandfloss
... not certain] and spot any paintings with family members e.g. Barbara and baby David at Maloya in the Swiss Alps Denmark: 1) Eat a meal in Christiania and explore the residential streets 2) Ride a 'Christiania bicycle' (which has a big ...
A Travel Blog by pchun88
From Russia to Scandinavia to Western Europe to South America and maybe Central America. Who knows?
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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 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 jonnyscottblair from Copenhagen, Zealand, Denmark
... 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 leannemarie from Denmark, Western Australia, Australia
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 ...
A Travel Blog entry by nath_h from Aalborg, Denmark
... rather interesting for the few days i was there. i arrived at Aalborg in North Jutland (the westmost and largest island of denmark) around midday on tuesday 2AUG. I had barely any sleep during the flights and having been up since the previous morning i ...
A Travel Blog entry by kantors_abroad from Copenhagen, Denmark
... " in Danish). While the Danish Jewish population was very small, only 53 died in the concentration camps. Most lived in Denmark throughout most of the occupation and were smuggled into neutral Sweden when things got very bad. It was a pretty interesting ...
A Travel Blog entry by lakaitgreg from Copenhagen, Zealand, Denmark
... gotten to see the Niagra Falls and more soccer games than I was willing to pay attention to thanks to my brother's tournament. Denmark was the first time I actually went to a country and went through all the tourist motions. I was offered a trip to ...
A Travel Blog entry by buddyp from Copenhagen, Zealand, Denmark
... Swedish king when Sweden ruled Denmark centuries ago. The location is strategic, directly across a narrow channel separating Sweden and Denmark. The king used the castle to project military power while extorting mariners should they wish to pass. Good ...
A Travel Blog entry by alan.kidd.522 from Denmark, Western Australia, Australia
... residents who had fought in the war as well as those who lost their lives. After a short stop in Walpole we continued on to Denmark arriving at our lovely modern house at 5.30 in the evening. The house overlooks the Wilson Inlet and the sea beyond. ...
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25 Ravenhill Heights, , Denmark, Western Australia, Australia31 reviews
... through the South West region of Western Australia. Situated not far from Margaret River, the area includes the towns of Denmark, Walpole and Albany. It abounds in spectacular scenery and premium quality wines. Get close to nature in remote sections of ...