Wardshuset Pa Dal

Address: Tingshusgatan 1, Mellerud, Dalsland, Swedish Lakeland, 46431, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tingshusgatan 1, Mellerud.
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Travel Blogs from Mellerud


A travel blog entry by heidi.saxarra on Jun 23, 2013

Great visit of trolhattan a small town near vanersborg and saw the harbour and the incredible lock system. One of the old ones is built into a small deep crevice -is considered the 8th modern wonder of the world. Went for a great bike ride with the girls. Must get into ...


A travel blog entry by heidi.saxarra on Jun 22, 2013

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Had a huge welcome dinner with lots of wine schnapps and laughter last night. Lovely breakfast with carina's special fruit smoothies. Went for a beautiful walk in the forest and saw an elk!!!! They are HUGE!!!! Also a couple of dears and some babies. Had coffee at Asta's place(Jeanne 's mother) and went for a huge bike ride along the lake. Lots of ...

Off to Sweden

A travel blog entry by heidi.saxarra on Jun 21, 2013

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.great drive to Frankfurt Hahn airport - go to check in with Ryan air who are known for their rigidity and the man on the counter says to Ingrid "this is definitely not you!" When he looks at her passport . She accidentally took horst's passport . Luckily he was a nice guy and let us through ...

Tilting at Windmills

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on May 09, 2012

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... lovely sea views as well. Yes, I’d forgotten about the dykes again but, ironically, the best views we got of the bulb fields were from the top of the dykes.

We stopped off in Den Helder to look at an over-restored Napoleonic Star Fort, which had an unbelievable amount of lead on it’s roof. Unbelievable because in England it would almost certainly have been stripped by metal ...

Bye Bye Sweden...for now

A travel blog entry by anniematt on Oct 23, 2009

... in the classrooms to promote teamwork and diversity. It was so much fun and I was with an amazing group all day.

In the afternoon the cast was given a tour of Vattenfall's 1st hydropower plant. I thought it was going to be lame but honestly it was so cool and it was ...