Berggarden Inn Gnarp

Address: Armevagen 3, Gnarp, Gävleborg, Midnight Sun Coast, 820 77, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gnarp

Stockholm Film Festival

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 09, 2014

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... subtitles). People were asking questions that could only be asked by film students (e.g. "The film was shot with a 16mm camera. What inspired you to do that and what additional process did it entail?" ...What?? I was almost waiting for her to say it was the cheapest camera on the market, but she said it was for artistic reasons...). I thought it was a really fun experience, and I'm glad I got a chance to go! I hope to see one or two more films in the ...


A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 24, 2014

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... commercialized western area with chain stores and regular clothing shops. Meh. So I was underwhelmed, but I guess it's still a nice place for young people to go out for fun. It's also supposedly cheaper. We went to eat lunch at Sandy's, a Swedish version of Subway. Christoffer said it's been overtaken by Subway in the last decade. I thought it was really cute and way better than Subway!! The decorations were very cutesy and the toppings looked more gourmet! The prices ...

A chill day + pub tour

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 02, 2014

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... was quite upsetting. What if I were in some dark alley way!! I finished recycling and took off and didn't feel like going out for the rest of the day. So I just ate a lot and sat around. Then around 8:30, I decided I should go do something, and voila! Every Thursday (and Friday), the hostel has a bar tour. I work on one night and have the other one free, and today was the free day. So I joined the crowd pregaming at the cafe and had some pear cider that was way too sweet. Oh yeah, ...


A travel blog entry by rjcleary on Aug 30, 2014

We had a pleasant train trip from Leipzig to Magdaburg then on to Quedlingburg. Why Quedlingburg you ask? Julie discovered the town in some reading she did before we left home and how glad we were that she did. It is a fascinating small unesco rated town full of Medieval buildings. Our hotel was an old building adjacent to the city square which was full of restaurants. About a 15 minute walk to one end of the old town was the original castle built around the ...

All about Sweden

A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Jun 25, 2014

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... too much damage due to the higher salt content in the Baltic Sea (I'm not sure if I've gotten that right, but I don't have access to the internet at the moment to check it out, so you can look it up if you're interested). Pretty amazing really. The exhibit also had bits and pieces that were also found with the ship, including the bones of various sailors who died, which was a bit morbid, but interesting all the same. We spent hour or two there, and then, just because it was ...