BEST WESTERN Hotell Karlshamn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We'd anticipated stronger winds overnight and those we had, accompanied by some heavy showers. However, tucked away as we were in this cosy man-made harbour we were safe and comfortable. Other boats which were more downwind of us were a little more exposed and I think they must have had quite an unpleasant time of it, as their hulls were being squashed against their fenders and this makes it quite noisy on board.
In the morning, it was still blowing a good F6 and ...
... Utlangan before turning west or to take a short cut, north of the island and follow a buoyed channel and back out to sea, to its west. I like short cuts and this one we took. However, even though it was charted and buoyed what wasn’t that apparent was the actual depth of water in the channel. The surrounding areas were very shallow which I suppose was a clue but I reasoned that they wouldn’t have a guest harbour and a significant number of port and starboard buoys ...
The Sunday breakfast was great - Eggs Benedict, omelets, champagne and caviar! After we docked we took the tenders (our lifeboats) to shore. Karlskrona was founded in 1685 by King Karl who wanted an ice-free port for the Swedish Naval base. It is on the southern end of Sweden and only has 30,000 residents. This is Regent's first visit to Karlskrona. It is a busy summer tourist area ...
Today we went to Karlskrona because the weather forecast wasn't that good, so we decided not to hire a kayak or canoe. We went to the Marinemuseum and we went to the Stortorget to get a nice icecream. The icecream waffles are selfmade. The icecream was so big we only ate some soup as ...
... pavilion, so the windy weather didn't affect the party. Kroppkaka was served for dinner. This dish is a favorite for Lori’s family back in Minnesota, so it was a special treat for her to try it in Sweden, where it originated. Everyone enjoyed the kroppkaka, translated as “body cakes” in English, and left with their host families for our last night in this lovely city. ...