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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We stopped at a crazy little crepe restaurant in the shape of a large triangle. They served a delightful local beer called Sleeping Bulldog. Our journey continue through the small narrow back streets of Visby with stops at many of the local artisans shops. Next thing we knew it had been over 4 hours and we needed to get back to the ship. But what ship? Because of the fog you couldn't see the ship unless you were 100 yards from it. Never the less we got back just ...
... had been added to provide shelter from the rain. It is currently used in the summer months for what are essentially outdoor services, given that only some of the walls and none of the windows are intact.
We came to a main square with several outdoor cafes and decided to have coffee there, as it was rather cool. Our timing was perfect, because as soon as we sat down under the large covered patio with patio heaters, it began ...
... the old stone houses, churches, and street system.
They drove us way back into the woods :-) to see a Bronze Age burial place - Gannarve Skeppssattning - dating back approximately to 600 BC.
... He opens the door in a dressing gown looking very tired, I apologise for being so early, he says hey, make yourself at home and goes back to bed. I shower but am too excited to sleep so I go explore.
The next three days are three of the best ever, this festival is amazing. I must return with a posse and outfits to boot. Their are many clans, my friend, affectionately known as Jesus is the Bard in a Scottish Highlander group, there ...
... Unlike most harbours in other countries we have been to this year, to date Sweden does not provide free wifi, rather they offer a Telia (Swedish telecom company) service and again, once you log on the clock starts and doesn’t stop, even if you’ve logged off – in other words, a useless, expensive service. Why can’t they have the German system where you only pay for what you use ie the time that you’re actually connected? Seems much fairer to ...