BEST WESTERN Tidbloms Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... often perched on rock foundations. Vrango has excellent walking tracks, Styrso Bratten interesting buildings, Aspero Norra & Ostra mostly not much apart from lots of bikes and Branno Rodsten a nice cafe where we enjoyed an early tea before getting the last ferry back to the mainland around 6.30pm.
Our last full day around Gothenburg and one where the weather was good and the scenery stunning. ...
... Fay enjoyed the beautiful blue sky and sunshine reading in the deck chairs around the large pool, while enjoying a Pavarotti concert on the big screen. We both enjoyed our time in thermal mineral spa and enjoyed lunch while watching the ship sail through the myriad of small islands and navigating through the port. The ocean was so calm and we were amazed at how ...
... on the street signs - our street sign said Linneplatsens 4-10), the nearby park was called Slottskogen, and a few streets we walked along were called Sodra Allegatan, Vastergatan, Linnegatan, Sprangkullsgatan, Landsvagsgatan, and Rosenlundsgatan. Each time we consulted a map, it took a few minutes to find where we actually were! Even though it was a bit intimidating at first, almost everyone we talked to in cafes and around the city spoke English incredibly ...
... ethereal to street punk. Really incredible! Afterward we collected our luggage and made our way to the train station to catch the train to our next stop. Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden and lies on the west coast, all the way across the country from Stockholm. The train itself was very modern and clean, and in just about three hours we arrived at our destination. The area surrounding the station seemed very busy and was ...
... va on the nearby island of Hönö, a mere 8 miles away. Again it was sunny and again the wind was unkind so we used the engine. Hönö is attached to its neighbouring island of Fotö by a bridge, visible from miles away and it was this that we originally headed for. However, when I checked the charts I realised that it didn’t have sufficient height to enable us to pass under so we turned south to go around the bottom of Fotö and it was here that our day suddenly became a whole ...