Ditt Hotell Grand Hotel Ronneby

Address: Jaernvaegsgatan 11, Ronneby, Blekinge, Småland and Blekinge, 372 37, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jaernvaegsgatan 11, Ronneby.
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Travel Blogs from Ronneby

First upwind leg

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 21, 2014

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It didn’t. Instead, the wind took us to the east, towards the southern tip of Íland. Moreover, we had typical Baltic seas, short sharp waves that slowed us down somewhat so our speeds were only somewhere between 5-6 knots, not bad but hardly flying. We maintained this tack for some time and then put ourselves onto the port tack, back towards the mainland and because of the wind direction, it ...

A Swedish Seaport

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Jul 06, 2014

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... are also many boaters, like the other countries we have visited. The city is very lovely and has distinctive Baroque architecture that has been well-preserved and is a World Heritage Site. We took a bus to the Naval Shipyard where we had a short tour. Then we had a rope-making demonstration that was very interesting. We went to the beautiful town square where we had free time to tour. ...

Day 20

A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 26, 2014

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Today we went to Karlskrona because the weather forecast wasn't that good, so we decided not to hire a kayak or canoe. We went to the Marinemuseum and we went to the Stortorget to get a nice icecream. The icecream waffles are selfmade. The icecream was so big we only ate some soup as ...

Farewell Karlskrona

A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 28, 2014

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... pavilion, so the windy weather didn't affect the party. Kroppkaka was served for dinner. This dish is a favorite for Lori’s family back in Minnesota, so it was a special treat for her to try it in Sweden, where it originated. Everyone enjoyed the kroppkaka, translated as “body cakes” in English, and left with their host families for our last night in this lovely city. ...

Stories of Karlskrona / the Last Vocational Day

A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 26, 2014

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... to the 300 meter long rope factory that still stands today. Whether to protect the Swedish nation or seek a better life, people continue to be drawn to Karlskrona's many shores.

Tuesday, May 27th:

Today was our final vocational day. Sonya and Lori met with Richard Liden and learned about public private ventures. One university/municipality partnership called "Telecom City" had a goal of inspiring IT companies to ...