Mercure Hotel Nyköping

Address: Gumsbackevagen 2, Nyköping, Södermanland, Swedish Lakeland, 611 38, Sweden | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Gumsbackevagen 2, Nyköping, is near Old Haymarket (Hötorgshallen).
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    Travel Blogs from Nyköping

    Last day in stockholm

    A travel blog entry by barkleyedelvang on Jun 12, 2015

    Today was our last day in Stockholm. we took our time leaving the hotel this morning. I'm going to miss the hotels fabulous breakfast. Each morning we started our day with 3 different types of yogurt/creme freche with numerous toppings. There was 4 different types of btead, many cured meats and different cheeses. We also had soft boiled and hard …

    Good Progress

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... was that the wind very rapidly became less than gentle and also backed to the SSW, ie as per usual where we wanted to get to. This time though, we weren’t constrained by narrow channels so we had the option to sail and we headed out to sea, sailing close hauled (all sails tightly in and at the highest point of sailing relative to the wind) in order to stay as close to land as we could. The wind, which was blowing at a F5 top end, was such that we could sail with unreefed ...

    Anchoring in Company

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on May 30, 2014

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    ... than we can so that such yachts could conceivably sail, but the channels themselves are quite narrow in places so such yachts would be tacking every 10 minutes or so – makes me glad to be in a fat, comfortable boat with a good engine!

    Anyway, by 11:00 the rain and wind had eased somewhat so we up-anchored and set off. Actually, in the process of setting off, I spent a good ten minutes cleaning the anchor and chain of glutinous, smelly mud ...

    Little Manchester

    A travel blog entry by haydenmoyle on Apr 11, 2014

    19 photos

    ... I can't say that there is so much more to add to my short time spent in Norrköping today, but you can see most of it in the pictures. The colour of Norrköping is yellow, so most of the buildings are yellow while many of them have green window frames with silver or black roofs. Charming, but somewhat boring. I lost my bearings at one point because much of it was the same ...

    A nice town with a grizzly past

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 25, 2012

    12 photos

    ... the harbour untenable. Indeed, there is a small waterfall or weir in the river in the town, this came about due to land rising in the 16th century, we were told. The town, despite having been here for a millenium, does not have many old buildings. This is because a clumsy or careless maid in the 1600’s didn’t tend to her fire and it got out of control, exit one town. It was then rebuilt and in 1719, the Russians decided to set it all ablaze again and the ...