Frimurare Hotellet

Address: Larmtorget 2, Kalmar, Småland, Småland and Blekinge, 392 32, Sweden | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Larmtorget 2, Kalmar, is near Kalmar County Museum (Kalmar Lans Museum) and Kalmar Konstmuseum.
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      Heading South

      A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Sep 29, 2014

      7 photos

      ... alliance to protect them against Germany on their southern border. The Union was dissolved in 1523 by King Vasa, who also transformed the castle from a fortress into a palace. Like so many castles we have visited, most of this castle has been beautifully restored and furnished with period furniture, paintings and tapestries.

      After visiting the castle we walked for a few hours along the waterfront and came across a great beach area with a ...

      The Kronan

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 20, 2014

      6 photos

      ... exhibition. We can’t say the same for the other floors, as everything there only had Swedish labels and we weren’t entirely clear as to what the purpose or themes were, so we’ll forget about that.

      During the afternoon we had a short walk in between rain showers and the rest of the time we relaxed on board with our books. Later we had a return match with Freya’s crew, who had spent the day in a hire car touring the area and visiting glassworks ...

      And then there were Two

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 19, 2014

      1 photo

      ... we returned to the glassblower as today he would be actually working with glass and we wanted to watch him but we must have been too early as everything was closed. We therefore returned to the boat and set about cleaning and restoring it to a two-person occupancy ie spread ourselves into the aft cabins. We also took the opportunity to wash guest sleeping bags and towels so that they could be stored ready for next year.

      That really is about it for the ...

      Day in Harbour

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... plug to a UK one! I was deeply impressed.

      We then visited the museum, at least we got as far as the entrance but we discovered that it closed within an hour and unlike the art museum, I reckon that there would be at least an hour’s worth of things to see, so the decision was made that Julie and I would call back over the coming wind-bound days and that the remainder of the afternoon would be spent mooching about the shops (not my idea but ...

      On to Sweden!!

      A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Aug 05, 2014

      4 comments, 11 photos

      ... there were all of three things in English) and a check in at the hotel, we set off for Íland. The land has obviously been under use for a VERY long time, with fields separated by dry stack walls of flat stone (maybe a limerock?) cleared from the fields (man, do we feel that). Occasionally, we would pass one of the iconic windmills along the way. Virtually all of these are constructed of wood and elevated so that the milled grain would fall to the bottom ...