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Så har vi haft vores første dag på Gotland og været med til kongresåbning og middelalder middag i kirkeruinen.
... This garden dates back to 1855 and is rich with exotic plants, bird life and stunning flower displays.
We continued our exploration stopping to view several beautiful church ruins within the heritage site. It was lovely to walk within their walls and feel the history under our feet while peering skyward. We made our way to the town square and museum where we had a great coffee and snack. Jan ...
Nothing on today so it was a late start. Checked out a couple of shows & watched a movie. Rell was feeling a bit under the weather but the alcohol seem to bring her around. Off to the formal dinning & drinking champaign. After that a comedy & dance show.
That's all off to bed after a little to much ...
... 4km long ringwall that encircles the town centre, along with beautiful (& narrow) cobble stone roads, old buildings and houses. (See pictures below)
After a morning of geocaching we found a lovely little restaurant for lunch with blanket on the backs of all their chairs for customers to keep themselves warm during the cooler months. Apparently this is common in ...
... of Denmark. Princess Eugenie had tuberculosis and was told by her doctor to go and live somewhere temperate, and Gotland fit the description well.
After our coffee break, we continued up a cliff side to Högklint, a lovely park with a view of the port. We then went back down to the city for lunch at Bolaget, a delicious little restaurant. Just beside our table a flash mob appeared, riding in on bicycles and singing beautifully.