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A former Viking site on the island of Gotland, Visby was the main center of the Hanseatic League in the Baltic from the 12th to the 14th century. Its 13th-century ramparts and more than 200 warehouses and wealthy merchants' dwellings from the same period make it the best-preserved fortified commercial city in northern Europe.
Visby is an outstanding example of a north European medieval walled trading town which preserves with remarkable completeness a ...
... was unique to Gotland. Everything you can imagine made from sheepskin, shearling, wool and wool felt: coats, hats, scarves, slippers, rugs and a hundred other assorted knick knacks, from iPad covers to golf head covers, but all rather expensive.
We were back on board well before the last tender at 3:15. The weather continued to cooperate – no more rain – as we commenced our two-day sea journey back to Harwich, ...
... and wild orchids await those who travel inland.
Visby has been inhabited since the Stone Age and was conquered in 1361 by Valdemar IV of Denmark. In the 1390s, it was taken by pirates, the Victual Brothers. However, an invading army of Teutonic Knights conquered Gotland in 1398, destroyed Visby and expelled the Brothers. In 1409, Grand Master Ulrich von Lungingen of the Teutonic Knights guaranteed peace with the Kalmar Union of Scandinavia by selling the ...
... the service were to be held only a few 100 meters from our apartment in Kungsholmen on Thursday. It seemed destine that we meet.
We made plans to see them after the services. They came to our apartment for a quick visit. They returned to Wisconsin on Friday. I know we will see them again...it was just that kind of "connection".
Best wishes to Mary and Bengt. See you in Florida...or somewhere else!
... Hanseatic federation and gives brief descriptions of the most important Hanseatic cities and towns, many of which we have now visited. A good read if you’re an anorak and not a bad read for more normal mortals.
Back to the boat for coffee and then to the supermarket for supplies and then back to the boat for lunch and then out and about to see some more of this quite delightful town. Back to the boat for a cup of tea then off to the library to check emails and ...