BEST WESTERN Gustaf Wasa
Travel Blogs from Borlange
... Spent the morning just lounging in the sun, and swimming in the lake... It's a hard life! Just after 3pm we decided it was time to move on, not anything planned just see what we come across. As usual finding a great spot with once again great lake views in ...
... home and meditating on the things already packed, the things still needing to be packed and what important papers might have been overlooked. Ukraine is an easy enough destination as no visa or pre approved documentation is necessary. As long as we are able to figure out the vehicle import papers at the border then there shouldn’t be any problems on that front, other then the time it will take.
... mine and all the houses are painted in that colour. The village of Falun was very beautiful, however, I had a bad headache, so Ian went for a walk for a couple of hours while I had a rest.
Had a basic meal in the restaurant, Ian had moose meatballs which were bigger than a tennis ball. I tried them but they were very bland. Not a local speciality that we will be partaking of ...
The week was full of family visits and wonderful food. We were absolutely spoiled with all the delicious treats that were available for every meal. The wonderful breads and cheeses, rice pudding, sausages, cookies and many other Scandinavian delights filled the table of every home we went to.
Helena was the kind host on Christmas ...
... news over coffee, settled into our backpackers then headed off for the 7.30pm tour.
The Falun copper and iron mining area is amazing. It is said to be responsible for the birth of the Swedish nation. We learnt that a lot of the copper we have seen adorning buildings all around the world, but particularly in the churches of Europe, came from this mine in Sweden. Our tour took us underground and gave some insight ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet