Hotel Villa Borgen
Travel Blogs from Visby
... it doesn’t collapse further on us tourists.
The Sankta Maria Cathedral, not in ruins, is currently undergoing a three year major renovation, so we were only able to go into a small side chapel, not the main church. We continued on to several more, not quite as dramatic, building ruins, stopping at a number of shops along the way. Many of the shops seemed to sell nothing but products made from a certain breed of sheep ...
Nothing on today so it was a late start. Checked out a couple of shows & watched a movie. Rell was feeling a bit under the weather but the alcohol seem to bring her around. Off to the formal dinning & drinking champaign. After that a comedy & dance show.
That's all off to bed after a little to much ...
Visby is a Northern European walled Hanseatic town which has preserved its townscape and its extremely valuable buildings. The town wall dates back to the 13th century and is over two miles long. ...
... We walked the winding cobbled streets, browsing some shops, and exploring the countless ruined churches and buildings of Visby. The most significant monuments being the Cathedral of Marie Lucia and ruined St Nicholas church.
I managed to still really enjoy the day, despite feeling terrible. The sun was welcome and I loved the medieval buildings. Tourists aside, this was definitely the quietest town we had ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking