Hotell Niva

Address: Kungsgatan 4, Boden, Norrbotten, Lapland, 96195, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kungsgatan 4, Boden.
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Travel Blogs from Boden

Boden, Pult and the Tree Hotel

A travel blog entry by linda.sweden14 on Jul 29, 2014

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... light out and I went for a walk. I love the long days but it is hard to get to sleep and the sun rises at about 3 a.m. Yes, I am using an eye mask. Today we leave for Skitafield (spelling ??), Villamina and Dekanis to visit a relative on the Dalman side - Brunhoff. We will be seeing some old churches and will stay at Olle's bosses cabin for a few days.

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Aviation Museums are Great!

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Oct 23, 2012

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... the number goes straight through to the driver because when I tell him we've been left behind he says to me 'yes, you have to book your stop on the way back. There aren't enough people for me to pull in to every stop'. WHAAAATTTT??? Isn't that the first thing you would tell two foreigners when dropping them off in the middle of nowhere??? So the next bus is an hour and a bit away and he'd like to know if we want him to stop by?!? How the hell else are we ...

Laid-back in Luleå

A travel blog entry by bfarley64 on Aug 25, 2010

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... with Daniella today; she got to tell the class where she was from. I'm sure here face was red, as Annika does not like to be the focus of attention. She told me she had fun at school as they got to go outside 3 times.

After the ladies returned from shopping, it was time for our dinner appointment at Gerda's (Annelis mom's) house. When we arrived, ...

Day 21 - to Stockholm (again)

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Aug 03, 2010

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Awoke early to sounds of what appeared to be crushing ore above us (turned out to be track maintenance), packed up tent and walked up to reception before the midges woke up and ate us alive (we put midge nets on just in case they were awake). Val decided to try to walk to the train station (which we had seen, we thought, the night before). After an initial uphill stretch the rest of the way was downhill, which we managed OK - we must be ...


A travel blog entry by meluebke on Oct 06, 2009

... There is a chance that it could happen next spring during UWP's tour! Just think. You could actually experience what I've been talking about by having your own UWP student stay with you in your home! Or go to an UWP concert! UWP does so many amazing things and benefits so many lives. What could be better than a group of young, motivated, and passionate people who just want to make a positive difference in the world and have the utterly endless energy to do just that! That energy ...