Hotel Vanilj

Address: Kyrkogatan 13, Gothenburg, Västergotland, Swedish Lakeland, 411 15, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kyrkogatan 13, Gothenburg, is near City Museum (Goteborgs Stadsmuseum), Vinga, Elfsborgs Fortress (Nya Elfsborgs Fastning), and Alvsborgs Nya Fastning.
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Travel Blogs from Gothenburg


A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Jul 07, 2015

... to Keil on the day we arrived in Gothenburg, today. As it happened there were tickets available, & almost half price for today as opposed to tomorrow. So, we got onto the ferry, & had a lovely dinner & sleep in a proper room, not the coffin which we sleep in every other night. Having said that I am used to sleeping in the van now, & do get a good night sleep despite it being such a limited spaced, in that I hit the roof with my hand if I try to stretch my arms ...

Swedish coast up to Gothenburg, windsurfing!

A travel blog entry by windystevej on Aug 18, 2014

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... ones which are much less painful. Unfortunately, they're starting to be replaced by some whinging and whining, a phase that we understand will take a little longer to grow out of sadly.

We continued another hour or so up the coast and found a great windsurfing beach (Villsharad) just north of Halmstad. It reminded me of Rhosneigr in Wales, a big open beach with rolling waves and port tack wind. It was sunny and there were about ten windsurfers out or ...

Finally, a Gothenburg canal tour

A travel blog entry by jimwencook on May 24, 2014

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Not the brightest or best day to go canaling (canalling?), but we set off anyway. The tour was informative: the canal is actually the moat from the old fortifications; Gothenburg shipbuilding was the biggest in Scandinavia, but now no longer exists because of the shipbuilding crisis in the 70's (not something we were familiar with); one of the canal bridges was so low we had to get off our seats ...

Wonderland called Sweden

A travel blog entry by alimoro on Aug 20, 2013

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... is on you right hand, on the left side you can find blablabla. The name of blablabla comes from trololo etc" and in English later "Hey dudes, btw it was blablabla there somewhere". Still liked the tour and Olivia, the blond haired Swedish girl-guide.

One hilarious thing to add about Sweden is that they are all paying in cards like EVERYWHERE. In supermarkets, bus stations, ticket maschines, buses ... everywhere! That's awesome. Just like in Estonia ...

Goose Winging to Donsö

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 06, 2013

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... astern merely power the boat forwards. So in this manner, we sailed down the coast, as I said not warmly but pleasant nevertheless.

The way northwards takes one outside a number of buoys denoting shallow areas then inside a chain of islands, or islets, with small automated lighthouses on them. Then you are into the beginnings of the archipelago and it was on the island of Dons÷, in a small bay with one nice ...