Dundret Gallivare AB

PO Box 82, Gallivare, Norrbotten, Lapland, SE-982 21, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gallivare

An unexpectedly pleasant day

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 03, 2014

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... in English – lovely polite people, the Swedes. One landmark of interest was the hill nearby, where ships approaching Stockholm could be spotted and piloted and customs dues levied. The view of the archipelago was gorgeous, despite the lowering sky and the imminent rain.

Anders Franzén had owned a tiny little dwelling hereabouts, one that he used as a laboratory and office and house and it was maintained much as he’d left it upon his death in 1993. It ...

Dirty Old Ladies and a Super Trouper

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... these things were pretty dumb but I am determined to make this card pay for itself so we decided to give it a shot. By the time we were done with breakfast we had half an hour to get into town and find the bikes. My phone still isn't working (which means no Google maps) so the fact that we found the place in time is downright amazing; we've just about got this place figured out. Our group was pretty large and it was sometimes hard to keep up because we were constantly ...

Stockholm!

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Sep 03, 2013

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... I think I heard 14, so everywhere you look there are bridges and waterways. Dennis and I walked over to the old part of the city where there are picturesque tiny streets and alleyways. After wandering around a bit we had an early dinner since neither of us had eaten anything since breakfast on the plane. We found a little place on an old town square and shared carpaccio and a pizza with venison and porcini mushrooms. Delicious! The prices are a little stiff, ...

1st Day of Odyssey Tour

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 13, 2013

... in the war were to get on outside of Stockholm. When the ship was found, it was in good shape. They raised it and in the process found so much from that era preserved, including the skeletons of the people who were trapped on the ship. This has given great insight to how the people lived, what diseases they encountered, etc. A great archeological find. After the story, we had 1 hour to explore the building and see the exhibits. We looked at the skeletons, did the various levels, and ...

Stockholm.....a hidden gem?

A travel blog entry by bradders81 on May 17, 2013

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... could be routed in its rather high prices. Therein lies the only issue with Stockholm, the price. Nothing is cheap, even by London standards. Expect to pay around £60/£70 a head for a decent two course meal. The hotels are also steeply priced and there is a huge spectrum of quality. With it being a capital, there's always something happening and that drives up the prices year round. I would personally always look ...