Arken Hotel & Art Garden Spa

Oljevagen, Gothenburg, Västergotland, Swedish Lakeland, 41878, Sweden | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Oljevagen, Gothenburg, is near Fish Church (Feskekorka), Volvo Museum, Sjomanstornet, and Musikens Hus Majorna.
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    A walk around Gothenburg City

    A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... were original European rough cobble stone and to contrast this the freeways criss crossing everywhere.

    We had the Gota alv river one side of us and the park the other side. It was nice and peaceful, quiet pretty. Then we came across the old part of town with all the old buildings. We enjoyed our walk through the town. Again there were several fountains and statues; some even had clothes on them.

    Our drive back to the ...

    Yur-ta-burry (Yes, That's How to Pronounce It!)

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Aug 29, 2014

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    Our cruise included one port of call outside of Norway, and it was the second largest city in Sweden, located on the western coast of the East Sea. I'd seen multiple spellings for the city while reading ahead of the trip, but was most surprised to learn that the Swedes pronounce the name as "Yur-ta-burry." I had perhaps too much fun repeating this throughout the day in my best imitation of the Swedish Chef from the Muppets. As we ate breakfast, we ...

    Day 17 - Gothenburg, Sweden

    A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 14, 2014

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    ... Donna is out, and off the ship. Our excursion today is to a couple of little fishing villages on the coastal islands, so our drive is mostly through countryside once outside of Gothenburg. I slept halfway there, because I'm exhausted. Also, our guide thought he needed to talk every moment we were on the bus. Very nice, but shut up already. This side of Sweden doesn't have that much to explain. After about an hour drive we made our first ...

    Wonderland called Sweden

    A travel blog entry by alimoro on Aug 20, 2013

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    ... is on you right hand, on the left side you can find blablabla. The name of blablabla comes from trololo etc" and in English later "Hey dudes, btw it was blablabla there somewhere". Still liked the tour and Olivia, the blond haired Swedish girl-guide.

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    One hilarious thing to add about Sweden is that they are all paying in cards like EVERYWHERE. In supermarkets, bus stations, ticket maschines, buses ... everywhere! That's awesome. Just like in Estonia ...

    Episode 5

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on May 13, 2013

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    ... with turf roofs too. The rain tipped down as we tried to look around the city. It got just too heavy to do anything so we gave up. I was getting somewhat wet myself and I need lots of hot sunshine to dry in.

    Some of these places make it extremely difficult for tourists. One seriously wonders if they want them at all. When we got to Goteborg we easily found a place to park the car, but paying the fee was the difficult part. Parking cars ...