Novotel Goteborg

Address: Klippan 1, Gothenburg, Västergotland, Swedish Lakeland, 414 51, Sweden | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Klippan 1, Gothenburg, is near Fish Church (Feskekorka), Sjofartsmuseet Goteborg, Sjomanstornet, and Musikens Hus Majorna.
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    Travel Blogs from Gothenburg

    Visiting the Southern Archipelago

    A travel blog entry by helenstephen on Jun 04, 2015

    We loved doing the local ferry trips yesterday so decided to continue using them again but this time, explore the many islands that make up the inhabited areas of the Southern Archipelago. It has also been nice not having lots of tourists scrambling around and being with mostly locals going about their normal business.

    We took a tram to the West Gothenburg Ferry Terminal at Saltholmen then hopped on ...

    Core Course Week

    A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Feb 16, 2015

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    ... this time to interview people. This task was quite annoying as I felt I was one of those annoying field sale associates, hounding people down to get a response. The key we found was to corner people in cafes because they were already sitting down and had no where to run! It was here we found my favorite candidate who was a male yoga teacher from Wales who ranted about the immigration problem in the UK although the questions we asked him were all specific to ...

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

    A travel blog entry by drmom on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... s canals.


    From there we walked along the canal-side park to the old part of Gothenburg, Haga. This area has old timber buildings and cobblestone streets. Again, we were there before much of anything was open, but it is a quaint area.


    Near Haga we walked up a very steep hill to the Skansen Kronen, a fort that was started in the late 1600s. The fort is an octagonal building of ...

    Block 3. People

    A travel blog entry by alimoro on Aug 25, 2013

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    ... mafia (although we can never know for sure ;) but that's what he is. He is smart (as all Swedish people, right), but smart in a special way. Gustav is relaxed and funny with friends and serious when it comes to business. I guess he knows some arrays of life usual people don't and that attracts. Gustav was saving me sometimes playing the role of translator, when the Swedish around me forgot their English. Tere are two more features of ...

    27.5 hrs with no sleep & lots of exploring to do!

    A travel blog entry by moxiejo on Apr 22, 2013

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    ... to $83. Yikes!! Everything is sooooo much money. It's a good thing we're only here two and a half days. We couldn't afford to stay longer. After our meal we decided to head back to the hotel. We were going on 27.5 hours with no sleep. Back at the hotel we finally crashed about 5pm. We woke up at 11pm, took sleep aides, and crashed again until 7am this morning, 4/22 (11pm, Boise).

    Important lesson learned: We need to greet ...