Clarion Collection Packhuset
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... alliance to protect them against Germany on their southern border. The Union was dissolved in 1523 by King Vasa, who also transformed the castle from a fortress into a palace. Like so many castles we have visited, most of this castle has been beautifully restored and furnished with period furniture, paintings and tapestries.
After visiting the castle we walked for a few hours along the waterfront and came across a great beach area with a ...
... to see whether any one person could carry most of the blame but no such victim was found. Historians now believe that it was a general lack of professionalism that was at the core of the problem.
The Kronan was rediscovered in 1980 by the talented wreck-finder Anders Franzén of Vasa fame (the flagship that sank off Stockholm on her maiden voyage and was salvaged, in its entirety, thanks to Franzén’s efforts) and she has been systematically excavated by teams ...
... than a return visit to the glassblower, who was there now and busy making some simple pieces, we may come back again when he is doing something more complex. That and a visit on board our neighbour’ s boat – they came in late yesterday having motored for 15 hours from Västervik. It was 'Freya of Mersey’, belonging to Tony and Louise Halliwell. They keep Freya in Fehmarn too and we last spent time with them during the 2012 Rally in ...
... castle. As we had visited the castle in the company of Jeff and Greta Layton on 26th May 2012 (see blog) we’d decided that it would be a better use of our time if we did boat-stuff, cleaning, maintenance and the like. One rather worrying result of my boat maintenance was that I found that the gearbox’s oil level had dropped. There is a dipstick for the gearbox and I check the level every week to ten days and not once, in ...
... access, I could presumably be anywhere on the continent doing just about anything. Creepy.
Anyhow, we hiked up to Copenhagen’s central train station one more time and boarded our train to Kalmar, Sweden. Not knowing anything about the various rail options and the impact of those choices, I tended for reserved seats in first class carriage – not from an exclusivity perspective, but rather being able to cancel and reschedule if the need ...