Best Western Malmia Hotel

Address: Torget 2, Skellefteå, Västerbotten, Lapland, 93124, Sweden | Hotel
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      And now a day in the snowy countryside

      A travel blog entry by margogoes on Dec 25, 2014

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      ... gave them the keys so we could have a tour of the inside before we took a walk through the "neighborhood".

      Tina has many ideas about updating their new home and we know it will be a big job but a labor of love. We´ve promised to return in early summer to see their progress and to help with some things. It will be an exciting time for them!

      After our tour we walked through the woods to the seaside and ...

      Jul in Umeå

      A travel blog entry by margogoes on Dec 24, 2014

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      This year we had the special opportunity to spend Christmas Eve (Julafton) with family members in northern Sweden.

      Lars´youngest brother lives in Umeċ, about 700 KM north of Stockholm. It´s an easy trip by air and we boarded a Norwegian Air flight leaving Stockholm at 8:30 and we were walking on the tarmac in Umeċ by 9:30! Tommy and Tina were there to greet us and as we drove toward the center of town the snow flurries started to tapper off. A high pressure ...

      Days 29-31: Umeå, Sweden

      A travel blog entry by alyssa.riege on Nov 28, 2014

      ... used to. Expect ham strips.
      -Bicycles rule the sidewalks
      -Pedestrians rule the streets
      -Sweden does not believe in using salt for ice. They use sand, which doesn't help as much in my opinion.
      -Swedish chocolate might just be the best chocolate ever
      -The Netflix options are not the best
      -Fika breaks are lifesavers

      And lastly:
      -November is the worst month to visit Sweden. Everyone I talked to said they wished November didn't exist.

      I ...

      Days 6-11: Umeå, Sweden (Smile and Wave)

      A travel blog entry by alyssa.riege on Nov 09, 2014

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      ... all in Swedish and getting our laundry going, a girl shows up who already had her clothes in the other washers. It turns out that you need to reserve a time to do laundry. Neither of us had any idea.
      While our laundry was going, we decided to check out the other building that I should have been able to get in to, but hadn't tried. The fob on my key got us in to the building and the laundry area on the first floor and it's super nice!! It's ...

      Days 4-5: Umeå, Sweden

      A travel blog entry by alyssa.riege on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... we went to campus and attempted to find our building. Unfortunately, none of us knew exactly which one it was so we had no idea what we were looking for. When we gave up on that, we went down to city centre and walked around. We ended up going into this little mall and having coffee at Wayne's Coffee. In Sweden people do what's called "fika," which is a social coffee break and I have no problem with that! We walked around ...