- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wall, and increasingly divorced from its rural hinterland. The 14th century saw Visby losing its leading position in the Hanseatic League, following a series of disasters: the Black Death struck in 1350, the occupation by the Danish army in 1361, the pirates known as the 'Vitalian Brothers' in 1396, driven out two years later by the Teutonic Knights, who occupied the island in their turn. The end of Visby's greatness came in 1525, when it was stormed by an ...
... site status. Today it is a popular holiday destination for Swedes, with numerous hotels and shops geared to tourists. It’s supposed to have one of the sunnier climates in Sweden, but for us it was mostly cool and cloudy, no more than about 15 degrees.
Visby does not have a harbour that could accommodate the Brilliance of the Seas, so we had to use tenders between the ship and the pier. We had little information ...
... so we had to wait for someone to give us a jump. It was kinda funny to watch a trusty old Renault lending the Porshe some of its power!
So that was the end of the tour. Pete and I have been eyeing off a barbeque spot on the coast near the wall for some time now, waiting for the weather to be warm enough to give it a go. We got sick of waiting so did it anyway even though it's still rather chilly. We took down some bags of marshmallows and Daniel ...
... best dessert I've ever tasted!'' so can't get better feedback than that! We even found a mango to put on top, but had to use frozen berries instead of fresh. It was pretty good though, considering it's usually a Christmas dessert with summer fruit and we were making in Swedish almost winter.
It was a really fun night, cooking together then watching Monty Python's Now For Something Completely Different. You will notice ...
Last week we had the enormous and fantastical pleasure and privilege of staying in a little cabin by the sea for our holidays. It belongs to a couple in the church and they said we could use it for FREE for the week and even drove us there to show us the shops and how to work the place and what not. It was a gorgeous little place and the best bit was that it was in a completely deserted park right near the ''beach'' (haha) and was quiet and warm and cosy ...