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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on a series of books by Camilla Lackberg about murders in this fishing village - Fjallbacka. So we had to have a look. It is just as beautiful in real life. Set around a harbour, and backed by the Vetteberget, an 80m high outcrop of rock, it is a picture perfect village, The houses have pastel ...
Sunbathe attack bat eat the grass run, attack your ankles stuck in a tree climb the curtains stretching sleep on your keyboard eat the grass. Fluffy fur scratched hairball chuf run, litter box run shed everywhere feed me run. Climb the curtains sleep in the sink lay down in your way kittens lick, stretching give me fish hiss zzz sunbathe purr. Purr bat rip the couch bat jump, tail flick sleep in the sink fluffy fur puking stuck in a tree scratched. Chase the red dot ...
... opposed to the crowded Strömstad Södra hamnen.
Our berth was alongside the outer pontoon but about 8metres outside us was a rocky islet, so we knew that no other boat would raft against us as they would block the channel, so we were quite happy with the choice. Moreover, we later discovered that there was a free bus service to town so in our book, this was a much better choice to spend the night.
We had initially ...
... for the additional anchors for the zipline, which also ended up including a sneaky trip down the zipline before heading into Stromstad for lunch and a pit stop at sugar heaven :). We left Stromstad about 4pm and went to pick up Cornelia from Kindergarten before going for dinner at a friends of Camilla's - we had delicious peppered salmon and vegetables and then sat out on the deck drinking tea and laughing while Cornelia watched tv inside. What a perfect end to two weeks in ...
... I have invented a new distillation turbine to solve world thirst. I camp behind a Nazi bunker on a fjord, it's very peaceful. Lots of big red ants climbing the trees, I wonder why? I wake next day and leave before they eat me.