Hotell Aveny

Address: Hermelinsgatan 10, Luleå, Norrbotten, Lapland, 97234, Sweden | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Hermelinsgatan 10, Luleň, is near Norrbottens Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Luleň

Its finally hit me

A travel blog entry by dalianroche on Jun 17, 2014

... then I realized ill be limited to just Germany. So then I thought how could I possibly see the world, meet the locals and learn about their culture?

I eventually found a magnificent volenteering page with very like minded travellers and even better, plenty of open hearted host families, it is exactly what I was searching for! I wrote to many hosts and got some great replies but a few people really stuck out for me ...

Not Just the Metric System

A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Sep 07, 2013

45 photos

... the towel and simultaneously express my stereotypical feminine side. Yes, I admit, I care way too much about how my hair looks and spend far too long on it every morning. Luleň, on the other hand, decides that no matter how much I try to tame the fluffy and flippy results of humidity, my hair will never be submissive. My hair has succumbed to Luleň's Scandinavian wilderness, there's no turning back.

I digress. While I did intend to comment on the climate in ...

Top of Utopia

A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Sep 01, 2013

1 comment, 161 photos

... haunting glows of green and yellow. All conversation ceased and every head turned towards the horizon because what is there possibly to say when faced with the purest of beauty? How can words describe the awe-inspiring feeling that every single person standing on that balcony was experiencing?

I remember laughing to myself, partly out of disbelief and partly because of the circumstances. The Northern Lights have always been something I've dreamed of experiencing. ...

Skål! To Make Each Day Count

A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Aug 24, 2013

55 photos

... myself outside of my comfort zone enough and it made me feel stagnant. As if, the life I'm supposed to be living is already happening and I'm too blind to reach out and experience it all. I can say that one day I'll see the Northern Lights or go bouldering in Thailand and only dream about it. But, I have to make it happen, because the best part of this dream? This dream is real, and I'm living it.

Spontaneity has always been difficult for me. I always like to ...

Just Six Little Words

A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Aug 21, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... br>
The moment I walked off the plane from Stockholm to Luleň, I remember thinking that I could not have picked a more perfect place for myself. The air was mildly cool with a soft breeze and the blue horizon was interrupted by an endless number of coniferous trees. Images of the Northern Lights played in my head and I couldn't help but smile as I moved on.

Apparently, granola bars do not exist in Sweden. Either that or they are called something ...