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... back across to Visby for the ferry home. Our accommodation reception was still closed & despite a phone call in which they assured us that they would meet us there in 5 minutes so we could pay, no one turned up for half an hour so we left our details & didn't receive a follow up call until the afternoon!
Visby is a gorgeous old town that has historical remains of ...
... states, zero energy. I should have been quarantined, shut away from others, possibly thrown overboard. I even tried to seek assistance at the medical centre. However the price of a remote chance at salvation to see the doctor came in at $170US for a short appointment. Not a price I was willing to pay. So the ship medical assistant handed me a bottle of cough syrup (in exchange for $7) a handful of cough drops, gave me ...
... and as we sat in the back we saw them sitting ahead of us. As they left we caught their attention and met them outside the church. We then agreed to have lunch instead of dinner because Sweden was in the finals of Olympic Men's in handball in the late afternoon and the guys wanted to see it.
We had a wonderful lunch and a friendship developed. We discovered that Bengt was in Sweden for his father's ...
... up and dress up!
My bus was to leave at 3am and then ferry at 4am getting me to Visby in the morning sunshine at 8am. As I was waiting in the bus stop, about to nap I noticed the 3am bus wasn't on the screen, the earlier and later buses were there though... I asked the bus driver of the 9pm bus if the 3 was still coming, his English was bad and he said I could catch his bus, yeah alright I could sleep at the ferry terminal. 10pm ...
... Every one of the old parishes in Gotland still has its own old church (many have several churches) – by old I mean built between 1100 and 1350. This amounts to a minimum of 92 medieval churches! The primary one in Visby is the St Maria Cathedral, dating from 1225 and originally built as a church for German merchants, to become a cathedral three centuries later. There are several other churches in Visby and no fewer than 10 other ruined ones – not bad for a town with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service