BEST WESTERN Solhem Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We lost an hour of sleep because of the time change but are expected to regain it again after this visit in Visby is completed. The medieval spirit is alive and well in this Swedish town. The cobble stone streets and the old buildings in town really make you feel like you could walk into a knight in shining armor at any moment.All we had read about while ...
Stockholm For several hours both arriving and departing we enjoyed the scenery, weaving in and out of some of Sweden's 24,000 islands. The heavily wooded coastline dotted with houses and boat sheds, boats of all shapes and sizes going about their business created gorgeous pictures. We docked in the city within walking distance of Gamla Stan (old town). A marathon was being run in the city so ...
... remains the perfect setting for a coffee, wine, or beer, take time to stroll the streets beyond, just like the Vikings did and where hidden treasure and charm awaits for you as it did them.
From Cari and Greg: We anchored early in the morning and boarded a tender boat for a short cruise to shore to the island of Gotland. We were going to explore Visby by bicycle; following a short discussion, we dubbed ourselves the Outlaw Biker Gang. After a short walk from ...
... not breakfast – I am sure they would get some for me at teatime if I asked!
Am sitting on the top deck, out of reach of the usual bar staff, but within 10 mins, I had a little Pilipino (not a spelling mistake, they cant say 'F’ or ‘V’ words - do you remember ‘he’s alibe’ after the man overboard on Ruby Princess Fiona?!) at my side taking a drinks order, and some Nachos which he brought without asking!
I tell ...
Having recovered from our exertions, we explored the area a little, taking in the scenery and enjoying the warm breeze. Then it was time to head back to the boat, which we did at a stupendous rate thanks to the wind pushing us along and the long hill down into Visby – I think Julie almost melted her brakes!
After a cup of tea, we went to the library to check on the latest weather forecast. We felt that we could stay another day in Visby quite easily but if the wind ...