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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... she was laughing so hard. I'm a bit more skeptical of the whole thing, so I wasn't finding it quite as entertaining as she did, but it was a fun way to spend our last night.
We are all packed except for last minute things, and a big shout out to Traci & Matt for letting us use your suitcase weigher -- it sure has been handy today!! :))
It's been a fabulous trip, great weather and we are all starting a diet soon!! ...
... br> Since we were at sea today, we had breakfast and then went for a walk. Pam and I did a load of laundry, can't believe we've already been gone a week! The guys were doing their own thing, so the girls went to soak in the hot tub. We were going to use the ship's spa whirlpool, but I found out it costs $150 to use it!!! They don't let you pay as you go, it's all or nothing, so I said forget it. What ...
... after 300 years of Danish rule and has grown and prospered, mostly peacefully, ever since.
Swedish author Mari Jungstedt has set nine detective novels on the island of Gotland. The principal character, DS Ander Knutas, is based at the police headquarters there. Gotland’s fairytale like characteristics, colorful atmosphere, and gentle climate make for a unique and unexpected hidden treasure – a photographer’s paradise. And, while the quaint ...
... really will feel like you have stepped back in time. Here's a short entry from their website.
Visby is a walled town with roses, ruins, narrow cobblestone streets, a wide range of cozy restaurants and pubs, markets and of course the preserved town wall itself: Visby was once a Hanseatic town in Sweden. The Hansa ruled Gotland for hundreds of years during ...
Whilst we were sitting on the bench with our computers, innumerable people came to try the doors of the library then go away. One chap asked 'why is it closed’ and I told him it was Saturday afternoon and he said ‘I thought it was Friday’ – a sailor thought I. And so it transpired, he runs a sail training boat based out of Stralsund and had just arrived. We had a chat about things and he kindly gave me his number, saying that if we wanted ...