Avalon Hotel

Address: Kungstorget 9, Gothenburg, Västergotland, Swedish Lakeland, SE-411 17, Sweden | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Kungstorget 9, Gothenburg, is near City Museum (Goteborgs Stadsmuseum), Vinga, Elfsborgs Fortress (Nya Elfsborgs Fastning), and Alvsborgs Nya Fastning.
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    Gothenburg, Sweden

    A travel blog entry by sarahtim on Jun 28, 2015

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    ... here it was going to be a quick self guided walking tour and then back to the boat. During our walk we headed past the Market Hall that unfortunately was closed being a Sunday, we continued up the Avenyn, the main boulevard in Gothenburg to the statue of Poseidon. We continued along to the old town and walked along Haga Nygata, an old pedestrian street lined with beautiful old buildings. On our ...

    Swedish coast up to Gothenburg, windsurfing!

    A travel blog entry by windystevej on Aug 18, 2014

    50 photos

    ... and Dutchman so can't just sing the praises of the Swedish. We were quite jealous of friends heading from Renesse back to their homes and normality so it's lucky that we've hit such motorhome friendly, and friendly in general, countries which have helped us get back into the swing of travelling again. Phoebe is growing up by the day - she's getting funnier and cheekier and a bit more rough and tumble. The big tantrums have largely gone being replaced, generally, ...

    Finally, a Gothenburg canal tour

    A travel blog entry by jimwencook on May 24, 2014

    4 photos

    Not the brightest or best day to go canaling (canalling?), but we set off anyway. The tour was informative: the canal is actually the moat from the old fortifications; Gothenburg shipbuilding was the biggest in Scandinavia, but now no longer exists because of the shipbuilding crisis in the 70's (not something we were familiar with); one of the canal bridges was so low we had to get off our seats ...

    Wonderland called Sweden

    A travel blog entry by alimoro on Aug 20, 2013

    5 photos

    ... There was one card-connected story with me also. Once we went to a club, I had everything with me: beautiful dress, eyelashed eyes, brushed hair, super beautiful boy's hand in my hand, but not the ID-card. Aaand after giving a try to the guard man to let me in all the beautiful things and people and me went back home. So, learn from my stupidity and never forget a single card !

    Our Friday was dedicated to the Liseberg. I am 19 (going to be 20 soon as ...

    We discover the extent of the problem

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 13, 2013

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    ... we had no idea of the extent of the problem, we did not know whether this was a run of the mill sort of problem or whether it would be something more fundamental. We didn’t think it was much but you never know…

    We had lunch in a nice little bakery that had a café attached and later, after revisiting the boat and doing a bit of tidying up, we were given a lift back by Jörgen’s son Robin, ...