Hotel Nordica

Ramselevagen 6, Östersund, Jämtland, Jämtland and Härjedalen, 833 35, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ramselevagen 6, Ístersund.
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Travel Blogs from Ístersund

Jamtli - today we had hail!

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 24, 2014

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Drove from Trangsviken to Ostersund. Went to Jamtli Historieland open air museum. Dodged the rain to see goat and cow cheese and milk prepared, bought fresh flat bread (not as good as yesterday's) and heard a lot of the local history from "actors" in authentic dress. Finally decided to go inside when it hailed!!

So ...

Baking bread and patting a moose.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 23, 2014

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... the Moose Garden, a commercial site for breeding moose for educational purposes. We had our own private tour. Stroked the 4 moose calves, then INTO the enclosure with the 3 cows and 3 bull moose, all tame enough to be stroked and patted, while we learnt so much about the whole breeding and rearing process. Very bonding experience for all, especially Julia, who would have taken one home, I am sure.

Via the shops to the ...

Fresh snow and great friends.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 22, 2014

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... Storsjon. We saw fresh snow on the mountains towards Norway! (This is midsummer!)

Then we travelled to Trangsviken, to be welcomed by Rob and Rob's camping friends from Hungary last year, Julia and Eskil Pihl. Camped in their yard, in a small village Trangsviken, not far from the lake. Wonderful dinner on ...

My first impression of Sweden

A travel blog entry by emma94 on Jun 21, 2014

... rose into the high twenties. Unfortunately I did not get the chance to experience since I have hardly seen the 10 degrees since arriving here and i can assure you, according to the Swedes; this is not normal! I think Sweden must hate me.

So far our welcome has been most hospitable and friendly. The owners are friendly and know how to run a camping. It has not been ...

District of Telemark..Norway

A travel blog entry by susie.ammann on Jun 21, 2014

3 comments, 55 photos

... turned two planks of wood into skiing as we know it today. He lived in Morgedal and later immigrated to America.

Next stop is the Stave Church in Haddal, built between 1147 and 1242 AD~~It is the largest and most impressive Stave Church in Norway and just by chance we became wedding crashers, as there a most beautiful traditional Norwegian Wedding happening!

Nutheim is next on our ...