Hotel Woodpecker

Västerås, Västmanland, Swedish Lakeland, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Västerås, is near Engsö Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Västerås

Thursday 8th May - SCHOOL

A travel blog entry by stu900 on May 06, 2014

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This was a school day and I spent the day in our partner school in Jakobsberg. The Swedes are very fond of their coffee and a classy coffee machine in the staff room is a welcome friend.

Schools in Sweden are not too different from those in the UK but the different climate means that ...

Ikea and Swedish Meatballs... In Sweden

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips on Nov 09, 2013

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... you and grab on. Every one there just seemed to be there to dance and have fun, not to hook up with the most people.

Saturday we got up early to go out and see the town of Vasteras. We walked around all the small little streets and went down to the lake. We then headed to... IKEA! Can't go to Sweden and not make a stop at Ikea. Walking around the inside of Ikea was just as confusing as in Canada, if not more so cause all the ...

Home Base

A travel blog entry by latte_lover on Feb 25, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... If you are going to use public transportation in Västerås, I would recommend stopping at Pressbyrån to pick up your ticket. This will be much cheaper then buying at the station, and depending on where you are going, it will be much cheaper then buying on the bus. Pressbyrån is also where you can buy postage stamps and mail packages. You will not find many post offices ...

On the River

A travel blog entry by latte_lover on Jan 23, 2013

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Eskilstuna is a great little city, but again not one that any tourist would have a need to stop at. It is beautiful, and old but does not really have anything that other Swedish towns do not. As we just learned in class, the main industry here is Volvo construction equipment. It is an old mill town, as it is on River Eskilstunaån, ...

Viking City

A travel blog entry by latte_lover on Jan 18, 2013

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... and use bells to let you know they need to pass if you are in there way. A lot of students buy bikes for the semester, especially those living far from campus.
Bandy is the national winter sport in Sweden, and as a Student I have been able to see matches for free. Basically bandy is like field hockey on ice. It is a larger ice rink then in hockey, and is less violent. They use a bright colored ball instead of a buck.



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