Lilton

Foreningsgatan 9, Gothenburg, Västergotland, Swedish Lakeland, 411 27, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gothenburg

Farewell Denmark, Hello Sweden!

A travel blog entry by bronjack

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... had visited previously, one could enter the kiosk, choose drinks, ice-creams and the like, write down what you'd taken in a notebook and leave the money in the money tin!! I have no doubt why the Danes rate very highly on Happiness scales! It is the first overseas country that I have felt I could honestly emigrate to, although I don't think I would survive the winters!

Monday, we took the ferry across to Gothenburg in Sweden. We'd decided we needed to ...

Not sure why the ship stops here, but a nice walk

A travel blog entry by drmom

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... a gold crown at the top of the roof. Placed on a high point in the city, it has great views of Gothenburg. Definitely worth the climb.


From there we made it back towards the ship. We managed to beat a rainstorm, which was good luck on our part. We only had a few hours at the port…and we managed to walk 5 miles by 11 am. By lunchtime we were back on the ship and off sailing towards ...

Sweden

A travel blog entry by adayintheworld

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... prices! I eventually headed off alone to explore Gothenburg for myself and caught the tram, following closely the itinerary a concerned Pru had written out for me. I visited an international cultures museum and enjoyed the photographs of Africa the most. Now overcome by hunger I regretfully hastily purchased a £5 panini to take away. Pricey. I walked around and was pleased that I had decided to bring my good camera as I was able to take some artistic pictures of ...

Gastronomical Goteborg!

A travel blog entry by mauveme

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... Mate as a welcome from Rickard. Yes, the head cook had made Jansson's Temptation for me, two lots. But I wasn't greedy and left the other for the staff. They had apparently tasted it and approved it's forwarding to me.

I was also convinced to have a late lunch of Fish & Chips - which was quite good! Stayed and chatted to Maggie (staff member) for a bit, and Karin and Rickard. Then waddled home.

Well, finally tasted one of my childhood favourites - Jansson's ...

Catching the ferry to Gothenburg

A travel blog entry by fendall

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... was the son of Col. John Hanson VIII (1575-1632). John was born in London and immigrated to Sweden. He entered the Army at a suitable time, served with credit rising to the rank of Colonel. He was a trusted officer and was always retained near the Royal person in action. While defending and attempting to shield Gustavus Adolphus II, King of Sweden, he was slain in the Battle of Lutzen on November 16, 1632. Adolphus was also killed in the ...

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