Guntorps Herrgard

Address: Guntorpsgatan, Borgholm, Öland, 387 36, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Guntorpsgatan, Borgholm.
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        Travel Blogs from Borgholm

        Kalmar Sweden

        A travel blog entry by dansterkin on Sep 04, 2015

        ... blackberry ice-cream he churned out. We walked across the street for the train to Avesta. From there we switched to a high speed train to Copenhagen Denmark. This high speed train did not rock or clatter, it just moved right along with trees blurring by. We passed at least two other trains going the opposite direction which appeared and disappeared like a flash of light in the windows. Impressive. The next day is our flight to Tel Aviv Israel. Ample love, Dan & ...

        Kalmar. Sweden

        A travel blog entry by vickia on Jul 06, 2015

        44 photos

        ... floor which is still in use today for washing and rinsing carpets, etc. It was built in 1857. The old town has some lovely old timber houses. We then parked up near the castle, we had trouble finding parking on the street and hoped that the man on a bike in front of us waving to his left was indicating parking, he was. A nice parking spot next to an immaculately kept burial ground adjacent to the castle. We settled for a few outside shots of the castle, as we just ...

        Sweden - What a Beautiful Country!

        A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Aug 19, 2014

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        ... enormous, though. We figure it is because their winters are long and cold, so they need shelter for their stock.

        We searched on-line high and low to find a reasonably priced hotel or B & B and ended up reserving one on the Island of Oland, Sweden, so we turned up the east side and headed north. The countryside is agricultural, neat and tidy. We ...

        A Lesson Learned

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 31, 2012

        5 photos

        ... You go like a train across the wind but if you sail for say an hour, tacking every 20 minutes or so and then look back at the actual distance made to wind, it is staggeringly little, often less than two miles. That meant that Kalmar was most definitely out of the question! We also decided to increase the reefs in the sails and this is where I made a stupid mistake, I opted to furl the main first whilst allowing the genoa to flap and the sheets (the ropes) ...

        First rendevous point

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on May 24, 2012

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        ... the island of Íland and the mainland, with our destination being the town of Kalmar. It was here that our friends from Manchester, Jeff & Greta Leyton, would be joining us late on Friday night, having driven down from Stockholm after their BA Airmiles flight over.

        The north and easterly winds that have been blowing pretty much all of May, were due to metamorphose into lighter, southerly ...