Travel Blogs from Malung, Sweden

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Awesome quietness, Dalarnas län, Sverige travel blog

Awesome quietness

A travel blog entry by peterkier

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... and very soft. Instead she guided us over the highlands of "Birkbeineren" and gave us an extra 25 k's of gravel = win :) We entered Sweden again, and now camp out in the woods on the border between Norway/Sweden. This must be the quietest place on the ...

From Stockholm to Sigtuna to Uppsala to Malung, Malung, Sweden travel blog

From Stockholm to Sigtuna to Uppsala to Malung

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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... the "smallest town hall in the world," a place where they crafted brightly colored horses, and cathedral city, Uppsala.  SWEDEN: From Wiki: "Runestone A runestone is typically a raised stone with a runic inscription, but the term can also be ...

Sista frukosten på hotellet, Malung, Sverige travel blog

Sista frukosten på hotellet

A travel blog entry by christobelle

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Sen bär det av genom Norge ned till Lidköping igen. Det blåser mycket men för förhoppningsvis får vi vinden i ryggen. Det känns lite hårt att lämna de sköna sängarna och den goda maten för ett ...

Framme på hotellet i Sälen, Malung, Sverige travel blog

Framme på hotellet i Sälen

A travel blog entry by christobelle

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Efter en dag med mycket ojämna vägar är vi glad för att få sova i sköna hotellsängar. Hotellet har dessutom en väldigt fin ...

Lauantai, Transtrand, Sweden travel blog

Lauantai

A travel blog entry by juha.repo

Juttu seuraa epilogissa. matka 75 km nousu 612 m lasku 559 m ...

Kesäkuun ensimmäinen, Malung, Sweden travel blog

Kesäkuun ensimmäinen

A travel blog entry by juha.repo

... välipala. Liika makeus toi tunteen siitä sokerihumalasta. Joka tapauksessa hyvältä maistui.      Malung on arviolta Kuusamon kokoluokkaa keskustaajamaltaan. Kävin iltakävelyllä. Pienimuotoinen kävelykatukin siellä oli. ...

Scandinavian Travels + Germany Part 1, Lima,, Sweden travel blog

Scandinavian Travels + Germany Part 1

A travel blog entry by beverlystravels

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... the rural area.  A red wooden bridge was constructed in a different manner than we were accustomed to seeing.  Although Sweden was not involved in WWII, Norway was very close to this area and there was always the threat the Germans would ...

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