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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to use electricity. The noise was phenomenal. Although the products were exceptional, the prices were too!
We arrived at an almost empty campsite by the coast and after setting up we decided to go for a short bike ride following a map we had been given. However the snow ploughs had claimed most of the marker posts and inevitably a short ride ended up being considerably longer. We even passed a wood yard with its own harbour on an industrial ...
... friendly. I’m wondering whether they are in the town as this is where alcohol is available? Moving onwards and upwards, we saw in the far distance some hills, these could be the fabled high coast. Quite exciting to see them, as we have come a long way to do so!
Back down the hill, there wasn’t too much to see in the town – at least in the limited time that we had and consequently, we ICA’d a little and then went to ...
The guest berths were hard to spot and initially, we tried to tie up on the outside of non-guest pontoons but we were directed further in, to the shallows, where there was a nicely finished wooden jetty for us – but with 0 water under the keel, hopefully it was only mud that we ploughed through. Before tying up, we made use of the fuel station nearby, filling up completely, just as we did last time – this enabled ...
... spot, more like a lay-by, 20 metres from the E4 which is full of traffic. Some picnic spots or motorway service areas charge for an overnight spot often up to 300 SEK and they are not the best! This place is OK, other folk are here but also noisy though free. All the facilities a motorhomers needs are available though. A long day with 12 hours on the road, except for stops of course, but what one would expect when heading up to the edge of the Arctic ...
... medieval churches.
We had a fabulous dinner with Susan, Stefan, the kids, Stefan's sister and niece ... and promises were made to visit each other and many a happy 'Sköls' had.
Tomorrow Siân and I fly to Warsaw, meet up with the third member of our triumvirate, Shyam, who will fly down from Singapore to join us for the next exciting destination - Poland! A country that was wiped off the map for more than a ...