Elite Hotel Knaust
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Sundsvall
... then to our hotel in Timra just north. The hotel is a grand old house 200 years old with very elegant public rooms downstairs and bedrooms upstairs. A communal kitchen which was used by many for dinner preparation including ourselves after purchasing ham, cheese, tomato and bread from the nearby supermarket. We sat In the dining room by candlelight with a bottle of wine and had a ...
Day 16: We are nearing the end of the trip and we couldn't come this far and miss showing my parents the town I went to school in. I studied abroad in the Fall of 2006 in Sundsvall, Sweden so we took the train up for the day so I could show them the town, the school and the apartments that I lived in. ...
... done and as we were not a million miles from a McDonalds and as I hate to give up on things, we decided to go there to avail ourselves of their wifi. 90 minutes later and still here, I’m typing this but at least we are getting our downloads!!!
Later, back on the boat we were visited by a young man to collect our fees – 400SEK for two nights in very comfortable and scenic surroundings, not bad at ...
... height of 20m. Now we are just under 18m tall so we should be safe but cables can sag, at least that’s what I thought as we approached what could be our doom. Happily, they hadn’t and we passed under quite safely and with that, we soon rounded the corner and had our first view of the town and very pretty it looked, with large, colourful buildings gleaming in the sun, some presumably belonging to the university.
There are three harbours in ...
... night (with Kates favourite meat, moose) and caught up with all the sweds that we had seen at christmas time. It was a real shock to see the contrast between winter and summer. It was so green everywhere, light to all hours of the night, birds waking you up at 4am dawn and even the people are lots happier in the summer time.
Saturday 24 May - Cosmo's class had a fund raising stall at the local Vateom markets so we went down early for a feeka (coffee and cake) and a look ...