Berggarden Inn Gnarp

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

An unexpectedly pleasant day

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


... rare opportunity to be able to go inside and see how he’d lived. It was very cosy but cluttered (I like it that way!).

Once done, we bade our farewells and went to the local ICA ( Tesco equivalent) and thence, in the pouring rain, back to the boat for the rest of the day. Later that evening the mist came in as well, so all in all, being in harbour with access to electricity where we could run the 1kw fan heater to keep the damp, chill air out was the right place to ...

How I Met King Julien

A travel blog entry by jhenley87


... minutes, saw one snake and a grand total of zero monkeys. Are you kidding me? Disappointed and with no other plans we pulled out the guidebook again to find something else nearby. It took Brittany about thirty seconds to see that I had taken us to "Aquaria", a super-boring museum about water, instead of the "Aquarium" which was further down the road. Oops! My first, "wow I feel like a moron" moment of the day. More would follow :) When we finally got to the right place ...

Alleyways and Masquerades

A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen


... drinking, exploring, eating, fighting sickness, dancing, and... tickling for five days straight and when we were told that the only way we'd be able to go home early was if we bought new plane tickets, our exasperation got the better of us.

To be honest, waiting (and sleeping) at the airport was the perfect end to a spectacular trip. Many of Luleň's exchange students decided to fly home as opposed to taking the train (smart move since the flight takes less than an ...

Stockholm Syndrome

A travel blog entry by liamharte


... way. Luckily for us, after about 20 minutes most people got bored and left so we had a much better view.

For lunch we made our way down to an amazing waterfront spot, before heading over to the island of Gamla Stan to explore the old town area of Stockholm. If you're into small quirky shops, cafes and old buildings this is the place for you. We also found the thinnest street in the city at as thin as 60cm across in ...

Stockholm syndrome

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel


... to the photography museum, this was made quite long because we got lost and sat by the river for awhile, this was such a beautiful place to get lost. The photography museum was nothing to really write home about, naked ladies, self annihilation and the slums of Bombay were the 3 exhibits, they change their exhibits every 3-4 months though. We also saw the changing of the guard at the royal palace, had a waffle cone ...


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