Anno 1793 Sekelgarden
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... coffee and cake. We then started on the tour of the old town. We had taken in three of the 14 sites - the wall, the tower and some of the old buildings in the mall. The square adjacent to the coffee shop had a number of old buildings painted colorfully similar to what we saw in Copenhagen. We visited the main church - Lutherian, undergoing much needed restoration. A donation was dropped onto the plate as we entered. The pipe organ was spectacular. The ...
Well, we made Ystad, but not quite in the manner we intended. Please read on…
With a westerly F4 blowing, we knew that we would be able to sail southwards down the coast of Sweden until we reached the point, by the lighthouse of Sandhammaren, where the land suddenly turns westwards towards Ystad and beyond. So for the first 12 miles of the 30 mile journey, we enjoyed brisk sailing, covering the distance in a couple of hours. When we rounded the corner, ...
... used for but it aligns to the summer/ winter solstice sun rises. This wasn't the only one either; we came across another excellent example in Ystad right before the end of our Swedish tour.
The west coast of Sweden is dotted with plenty of small holiday towns, one of the best we encountered was Smogen, situated on a smooth rocky coastline ...
Its always better being a tourist when you've got a local showing your around. Karin not only knows the area but is fluent in both English and Swedish and even though we find a majority of the people are, like Karin, bilingual, having her with us is helpful none the less. Had she been there during our grocery shopping, mishaps such as buying yeast paste instead of butter or body wash instead ...
... between Denmark & Sweden, Copenhagen next stop! Also, we were now able to at least see Denmark and Sweden, in that it had become a bright, sunny day which was a good thing as, as I said, this is a busy seaway and we had to manoeuvre between passing tankers. The AIS system, which I’ve discussed in previous blogs, proved invaluable and we were able to squeeze between two ships, with less than 300 yards (sounds a lot but they look huge, believe me!). ...