Hotel St. Clemens
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... We sat there sipping our cappuccinos and lattes for almost an hour, while the girls warmed themselves in red blankets provided by the restaurant.
When the rain stopped, we had a closer look at the St. Nicholas church ruin that faces on the same square. This one had the entire roof missing and Terry and I found it interesting to study the somewhat crude engineering (steel tie rods, concrete infill) used to stabilize the ...
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 ...
... 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.
... passengers ashore using the life boats. Initially we booked a walking tour, but at $35each, decided to save some money and go it alone. It was a good choice. We came ashore around 9, and started with a short walk around the city parameter. The walls were most impressive and there was plenty of useful tourist information around.
After a couple kilometres around the city, we entered the north gate to explore ...
... situation and she is waiting for a msg of directions from her friend who is a Gotland local and so currently also homeless. Her name is Saara and she takes me for a detailed night tour of the city and we end sitting in the main market place watching the the day grow bright, it happens very early in Swedish summer and the market slowly wakes up and unpack. After some coffee and breakfast I go to Christoffers house to finally meet my Swedish ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed