BEST WESTERN Fagersta Brukshotell

Blomstervagen 1, Fagersta, Västmanland, Swedish Lakeland, S-737 44, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Blomstervagen 1, Fagersta.
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    A travel blog entry by garmzon on Jul 03, 2012

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    After a few months of exponentially growing planning we finally reached a climax this weekend with no less then 28 hours of working on Tim. He's constantly being added to and this year he got a new front end worthy of a Expedition Defender, Rock 'n’ Tree slides, 230V inverter and sticking with tradition the wheel bearings got overhauled. The roof tent from last year has now switch owner, but ...

    The End!!!

    A travel blog entry by steve_linda on Mar 13, 2012

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    ... 160;           60;              60;          Steve & Lindas South East Asia Tour 2013! Yes, this time we are off to Thailand!!!! Watch this space.......... Hope you enjoyed the read! Steve & ...

    Where do i start ?

    A travel blog entry by steve_linda on Jan 16, 2012

    ... with alot of spare time on my hands before i start work for the summer, and 2 1/2 weeks before Linda gets back, so i guess its now or it'll never get done!!

    As we have been travelling i been keeping a journal / blog / diary / notes, whatever you want to call it, so now , its time to fufill my promise and make a masterpiece out of it!!

    The named 'blog' we'll call it, ...

    Jul i Sverige

    A travel blog entry by bluesmartie on Dec 23, 2011

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    The week was full of family visits and wonderful food. We were absolutely spoiled with all the delicious treats that were available for every meal. The wonderful breads and cheeses, rice pudding, sausages, cookies and many other Scandinavian delights filled the table of every home we went to.

    Helena was the kind host on Christmas ...

    Shiny Stuff Underground!

    A travel blog entry by krosell on Oct 23, 2011

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    ... years you can imagine that they went pretty deep down in the earth. You can imagine, but until you see how big some of the main halls were you will not appreciate the work and effort that went into carving out the shafts.

    The method used was one which only advanced the various shafts a few millimeters every day. The miners would stack up wood against the wall and set it ablaze so that it would burn hot during the night. The then weakened ...