Hotel Excelsior Gbg

Address: Karl Gustavsgatan 7, Gothenburg, Västergotland, Swedish Lakeland, 40010, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gothenburg

Swedish coast up to Gothenburg, windsurfing!

A travel blog entry by windystevej on Aug 18, 2014

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... started to blow at about 7pm. I went out for a great flat water (ish) session, really stacked on 5.7m, explored a few bays around and sailed until dark. It was tipping it down the next morning and the wind had fled so we continued up to a campsite near Uddevalla. The Scandinavian high tourist season is officially over today and our out-of-season camping cards are working again! The duvet came back out tonight, I was in my winter steamer wetsuit yesterday, Lib ...

Day 17 - Gothenburg, Sweden

A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 14, 2014

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... music. After I realized he didn't mean he was playing more ABBA music I thought it was a good time to resume my nap, and let Donna handle the singing. As soon as we boarded, and got to our cabin it started to rain again. Big surprise, but we got the day in this time. After lunch, and sailaway it was nap time. Finally got to see a beautiful sunset tonight. Just passed under a very large bridge on our way to Germany. Time for bed early day ...

Gastronomical Goteborg!

A travel blog entry by mauveme on Aug 16, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... 1930hrs. I can't say it was better than Dad's as I haven't had his for years and years, and I can't say it's better than Mum's as that would be rude! But I can say it was scrummy yummy!

I have left half for tomorrow's dinner and will have greens with it. And tomorrow, will go via the Feskekorka to say thanks to Coral and give her a great big hug, then hopefully climb all the stairs to Skansen Kronan Fort. Apparently you can see it from all of Goteborg, but that's just not the same!

Bon Voyage, Gothenburg! Until we meet again...

A travel blog entry by moxiejo on Apr 23, 2013

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... So many trees and lots of cool bridges. We flew past Ikea and quickly hit the skids, reset the GPS, and stopped just in time for lunch! Yippee! We had an awesome Swedish meatball lunch with dessert and drinks for less than $14. That's a deal!! After our cheapo lunch, we set the GPS for a couple of landmarks down the coast.

Sweden is such a beautiful place to drive. We set the cruise control, opened the sunroof, turned up the music, ...

Catching the ferry to Gothenburg

A travel blog entry by fendall on Aug 16, 2012

1 comment, 11 photos

... was the son of Col. John Hanson VIII (1575-1632). John was born in London and immigrated to Sweden. He entered the Army at a suitable time, served with credit rising to the rank of Colonel. He was a trusted officer and was always retained near the Royal person in action. While defending and attempting to shield Gustavus Adolphus II, King of Sweden, he was slain in the Battle of Lutzen on November 16, 1632. Adolphus was also killed in the ...

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