Hotel Goingehof

Box 22, Frykholmsgatan 23, Hassleholm, Skåne, 28121, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Box 22, Frykholmsgatan 23, Hassleholm.
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    Travel Blogs from Hassleholm

    Depåstopp med A-Forden

    A travel blog entry by jussipulli on Sep 16, 2014

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    Tisdag startade i ljuvligt väder. Men redan in i Hultsfred förmörkades den blå himlen av Ångmoln . Topplockspackningen läck! Vi blev räddade ur vår knipa av Jonte Franzén, som hämtade oss 13 mil i sin pick- up till Alvesta. Hos Erik Nilssons RELAX VBA monterade Jonte in både nytt topplock ,( …

    Driving day

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... they were there. Drove along the shore of Lake Vattern, through Husqvarna, which is the home of sewing machines, bikes and motor bikes, after initially making guns! (Royal rifle manufacturer from 1680). Then through Jonkoping. Finally reached a camp on an inlet from the sea at Markaryd. Walked along the shore, bird watching ...

    Fulltoffta again

    A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Jun 23, 2014

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    ... tonight! A steady drive saw us at Fuftofta again by early evening and we sat out to enjoy our tea and drink a few beers. A little walk and then inside to avoid the midges! A relaxing and pleasant day in fact! What surprised us, after a few weeks in the North, was that it was dark at night, we had ...

    Into Sweden

    A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Jun 06, 2014

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    A bright morning as we packed and headed from Tarup Strand across Funen to Nyborg and then on to the bridge across to Zealand and eventually over to Sweden. Of course exercise, shower, breakfast and coffee first! The roads were busy but the traffic flowing and if the first bridge was big the main crossing from Zealand into Sweden was magnificent. The Øresund Bridge (locally called Øresundsbron) is the bridge that ...

    A Last Weekend in Sweden

    A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 24, 2014

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    ... by our host families and the GSE coordinators. After a brief break we gathered at Ulla and Per's home for a welcome dinner. We were again treated to great food and a fun evening with our hosts. Karlskrona is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, built in 1680 as a naval base on an archipelago, so we could see this would be a unique city full of rich history — and a lot of nautical ...