Address: Hallsnas Langenas, Molnlycke, Västergotland, Swedish Lakeland, 435 35, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hallsnas Langenas, Molnlycke, is near Gunnebo Palace.
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    Wonderful wondereful ........ you know it

    A travel blog entry by woggley on Jul 21, 2015

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    Gothenburg is a lovely city, with loads of bars and restaurants along the roadside, its very modern and there is a huge fairground just outside the city.
    I was running late so was looking for a campsite on the side of the road when I saw an advert for an automated check in campsite. I've posted the address for a sat nav, as I did with the last place as its the easiest ...

    Last days in Sweden.

    A travel blog entry by vickia on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... send iron to spain to trade for silver as the Chinese wouldn't accept anything else. The trade history and the towns history were fascinating, we enjoyed it immensely! Then off walking, our plan was to walk to the old town (Haga), easier said than done, when we arrived, footsore and tired it was quit drab and nothing much was open (Sunday), you know how it is, you should have been here yesterday, or come back tomorrow. A bit dispirited we finally made ...

    Ferry to Sweden

    A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... city is actually what seems to be more of a peninsula. There are also canals around the old city which are part of the fortifications.

    The GPS took us right to the hotel without any problems. We were able to check in early and then walked into town. Gothenburg dates back to the 1600's and has a history related to trade and fishing. The town was originally wood frame buildings but after several fires they began using brick and stone. Like ...

    Daytrip to Göteborg part 2 and some other stuff

    A travel blog entry by danielle.feijen on Mar 18, 2014

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... by one moved from one place to another by their caretaker. Clever would also be an adequate description, they knew exactly who's turn it was to move. One pony would be moved and then the next would be standing near the gate waiting it's turn while the others played and ran. This went on until all ponies had moved. What stood out most was their reddish coloring, it made me think whether these ponies where the inspiration for the Dalecarlian horses. I didn't look it up though, ...

    Living like locals

    A travel blog entry by thekennies on Aug 02, 2013

    1 comment

    ... home or a vacation rental that they own for short term stays. Our place in Iceland was a dedicated rental but our place here in Gothenburg is someone's primary home. They aren't here and have rented it to us. It is a bit of a ways out of the city centre so we weren't really sure what to expect... But we were pleasantly surprised when we walked into a spacious and cozy apartment where we all felt instantly at home. It is ...