Siljansgården

Sjögattu 36, Dalarna, Swedish Lakeland, 793 70 , Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sjögattu 36, Dalarna.
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Travel Blogs from Dalarna

Lake Siljan

A travel blog entry by stapes on Aug 10, 2014

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... us down to their lovely flat in the south of Stockholm, which was a perfect mix of modern design and full of efficient Swedish gadgets, but with space for mushroom lamps and a Swedish chef cuddly toy that kept guard over my bed.

Celebrated Brynhildr reaching 100,000 miles along the way, definitely happy that she's still with me, though jury's out as to whether she can make it the whole ...

To the lakes

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 07, 2014

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A nice bus ride with a very jolly Norwegian driver to Sweden looked a lot like driving in northern Minnesota. Flat rocky lakeshores with pines and birches and cabins. No wonder half of Scandinavia moved to MN. Mora is the town where they make the carved red horses called Dala. So there are statues everywhere and shops selling 500 kroner 2" high Dala. So much money, so I just took a picture instead. We took a great all day bike ride up to Orso and had lunch by the lake. All ...

Midsummer Day

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 21, 2014

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Back for lunch then went to see a traditional raising of the Midsummer pole, accompanied by much music and very professional dancing, in a rural setting. Numerous folk in the traditional Dalarna local dress. Very talented musicians, young and ...

Bears, may poles, and cold mid-summer weather.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 20, 2014

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... national dress, on a horse decorated with flowers in its mane. Left the event to go up into the hills to Slattberg to join David and Maria's extended family for a typical mid-summer outdoor meal, including herring and Schnapps. Saw a fox cross their paddock just before we left. Walked up the road to the village to watch the local folk hoist the maypole (actually called the midsummer pole ...

Orsa, where it never gets dark!

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 19, 2014

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We woke to fantastic reflections on the absolutely calm lake. Drove up the road to the Nusnas factory again, to watch the production of the Dala horses. Originally carved from scrap wood in the lumberjack camps in the winter, for the children back home, in 18th century First references of wooden horses for sale made in 1624, nearly 400 years ago. Now a world recognised symbol of Sweden (after appearing at the 1939 New York World Exhibition,) but only made in 4 ...

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