Hotel St. Clemens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Lübeck which burned the northern parts of the town.
Medieval Visby had more churches than any other town in Sweden - fifteen within the walls and two outside, which served various functions: parish churches, guild churches, monastic churches, and hospital church. Also there are over 200 secular buildings with substantial medieval elements surviving. They are all relatively similar in shape and size: rectangular in plan, with gables end-on to the street, ...
... the lilacs were currently in bloom, much as they would be currently in Edmonton at this time of year. We continued along the old city wall and along the beach in some places, and climbed one of the intact towers for a higher view. Eventually we came to the first of about a dozen different sites with building ruins. It was a church built by the Dominicans in 1235. Much of its original roof was missing, but some modern wooden ...
... Margaret, if you ever feel like booking a cruise, forget Princess, spend a bit more of the kids’ inheritance (sorry Lucy and Emma!) and come on Silversea – you would LOVE it! Even though I am in the lowest deck of cabins, there is hardly any movement, and there is so much space, and the bathroom is bigger than mine at home! And as for the all inclusiveness – and the service, nothing is too much trouble – they literally dance attention on you ...
... favourable, we would leave in the morning. However it transpired that the forecast was for better winds on Sunday, so the decision was made to stay and we would use the day to explore the town some more, maybe visit the museum and do some shopping.
Having recovered from our exertions, we explored the area a little, taking in the scenery and enjoying the warm breeze. Then it was time to head back to the boat, which we did at a stupendous rate thanks to the wind pushing us along ...
Arrived in Visby to find there are no buses to the bus terminal for the up-island buses on Sunday. The sign telling where the information booth was was in Swedish and no one spoke English. It was nowhere that I could see! I finally grabbed the last available taxi and got to the bus station. It was closed. I found someone who could speak English to ...