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Travel Blogs from Klintehamn
... breakwater and you could see the town, the harbor and the breakwater for about 30 minutes until they all disappeared into the fog. It was so bad that the bridge officers had to guide the tenders into the harbor using radar and transponder data since visibility was about 30 ft.
The walled city of Visby is only about a mile long and a half mile wide so it is very easy to walk on your own. As you walk through Visby you seem to travel back in time to the ...
... was unique to Gotland. Everything you can imagine made from sheepskin, shearling, wool and wool felt: coats, hats, scarves, slippers, rugs and a hundred other assorted knick knacks, from iPad covers to golf head covers, but all rather expensive.
We were back on board well before the last tender at 3:15. The weather continued to cooperate – no more rain – as we commenced our two-day sea journey back to Harwich, ...
... it up) was to get to Torsburgen Hill Fort and Herrgårdsklint on the west side of the island. They sounded really interesting in the book so we planned our other stops around them. Torsburgen is supposed to be the biggest hill fort in Sweden and one of the biggest in Northern Europe so it sounded pretty exciting. When we got there though it was a bit disappointing. We didn't really know what a hill fort was and it turns out it's kinda just a hill with some cliffs ...
... Australia. Emelie is going to take us to a forest with wildflowers soon, apparently the ground gets covered so thickly that whole areas become a sea of colour. Very exciting!
On friday Pete, Emelie and I went to Daniel's house for dinner. We had Swedish food for main course and Australian food for dessert. It turned out to be a bit of a Christmas dinner because we had boiled potatoes and sill (herring) for entré and ...
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 ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed