Sweden Hotel HKC Hammering

Masbo 51, Hudiksvall, Gävleborg, Midnight Sun Coast, 82490, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Masbo 51, Hudiksvall.
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Travel Blogs from Hudiksvall

Gavle and petes birthday

A travel blog entry by amandanicholls on Jul 29, 2014

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... tracks. I had to pick bits of tree out of the BMW whee we got back to Tarmac roads. Going through the suburbs I noticed all the properties were open plan and led up to the gravel tracks we were riding on. We came across an old. Iron works and peering through the windows of the desolate building I could see it was as if someone had said "ok lads everyone out" and just left everything including an old horse driven carriage. Such a shame these things are just ...

Fredrickhavn to galve

A travel blog entry by amandanicholls on Jul 28, 2014

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... is from. 8-9 and there was a small pizzeria down the road so we ate there tonight. The b&b looks like it is in the middle of Milton Keynes - it is very strange but is our home for 2 nights. So far over 700 miles ridden and it is only day 3 - I think Tomorrow is a bit of a rest day - Swedish railway museum, galve old town and time to repack my stuff into some semblance of order. Off to bed now so will sign off ...

Hamn Alone!

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 15, 2014

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... mark in truth and there was a lighthouse in the distance, but that was it. If you like solitude and hate crowds (hands up) then this is the place. Absolutely lovely and if there was an additional 10°C, we’d be in heaven!

We approached Bönhamn at 13:00 or so and were delighted to find that the harbour was completely empty. This was good news as here they don’t have buoys to tie the stern to, rather you drop an anchor as a substitute and then tie the ...

An Inspired decision

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 14, 2014

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... evidence of man around, just the inevitable wind turbines on the hills and the occasional radio mast.

By around 12:30 we were now in open water, ploughing through the waves and I was getting twitchy. I nipped below to look at the charts to look for alternatives to Bönhamn and over to the west of us was a large enclosed body of water with some deep cuts going inland, one of which seemed to have a guest harbour in, it was called Häggvik. The only down side that I could see ...

A good day to be in harbour

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 13, 2014

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... and back in the library, nice and warm after the frigid air outside (!) , I spent an unsuccessful hour messing about trying to get VPN’s working so in disgust, I eventually gave up. During this time however, we’d decided that it might be an idea to get the tourist office to call the bridge-opening people to have them open for us tomorrow, which they kindly did, our opening time set for 09:00 ...

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