Anno 1793 Sekelgarden

Langgatan 18, Ystad, Skåne, 271 23, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Langgatan 18, Ystad, is near Oresund Bridge.
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    Meatballs and Church Bells

    A travel blog entry by kyleandchanny on Jul 04, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    After a mild 2 hour flight we had arrived in Copenhagen where our friend Karin was patiently waiting to scoop us up and deliver us to her native Swedish soil. Her parents now reside in a small coastal town called Ystad, a mere hour drive from Copenhagen. We had been partying fairly continuously for over a week now so all 3 of us were looking forward to a bit of chilling out and fingers crossed, a room ...

    The Kingdom of Glass

    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Aug 03, 2013

    8 photos

    ... cut.

    We are in a part of southeastern Sweden called Smaland. For lunch we go native and share a typical sandwich of Smaland crayfish that look and taste like small shrimp and a tapas plate of mussels, chorizo, olives, capers and french fries!

    If we couldn't tell by looking out the window, brown signs with white flowers let us know that the route is particularly scenic. The road to Maleras, another glass center and our next destination, ...

    Road trip

    A travel blog entry by debz2653 on Jun 01, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... is very cute. It will look great when it's all finished. Annelie & I left Håkan to mow the grass & do other jobs while we went for a walk through the Stenshuvud national park. Despite the odd shower we managed to walk for ages chatting away about all sorts of things. We found the beach and the rocky outcrop with lovely views. I loved the little church and the heart near the beach where people quite often ...

    An Uneventful Crossing

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on May 18, 2012

    2 photos

    ... free – or at least the machine seeking payment was out of order, so we were able to wash everything, even if some items didn’t need washing just yet (a bit like Elizabeth 1st, who allegedly bragged that she bathed once a year, irrespective of whether she needed to or not)!

    The internet – it is such a boon when you can access it and such a pain when you can’t, especially when you’re under the impression that it is available in ...

    Flat Tourists and Nudists

    A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts on Mar 26, 2010

    4 photos

    ... Eventually we say our goodbyes as we have animals in need of attention. The horses stayed in due to the rain, which means their stables will be in dire need of emptying tomorrow. Looking out over the dark field you could not tell that Earth Hour was upon us. The lights from the farmer shop shine brighter than the stars, which we cannot see due to the cloud cover. I blog without a light and Maria watches TV until we both find ourselves in hunched slumber positions. Time for ...