Pitea Stadshotell

Address: Olof Palmes Gata 1, Pitea, Norrbotten, Lapland, 94133, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Capitol Hill NE/SE area of Pitea.
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    Travel Blogs from Pitea

    Top of Utopia

    A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Sep 01, 2013

    1 comment, 161 photos

    ... so vast and powerful. With the water washing against my shoes and softly spraying upon my face, I was, once again, lost in my own utopia.

    After our mesmerizing picnic by the rapids, I began exploring again and came across a group of people who were barbecuing. One of the women smiled and waved at me in recognition but I couldn't place my finger on where I had seen her before. "You were on my flight from Stockholm to LuleŚ!" she exclaimed in a ...

    Skål! To Make Each Day Count

    A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Aug 24, 2013

    55 photos

    ... in a silent forest. I cannot stress enough how beautiful LuleŚ is. There is always something new to see and experience. The pictures I take and this blog cannot even get close to describing how free this place makes me feel. You don't even need the wilderness to feel free either. Sometimes it can just be a matter of going to a night club, not having a care in the world, and just dancing. Which leads me to the evening after Gammelstad... STUK! Stuk is the night club for ...

    Just Six Little Words

    A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Aug 21, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... all signs are in Swedish and the units are metric, the biggest indications that I am in a foreign place are the culture and language barriers. As I was walking to the LURC student center this morning, I met up with one of the French students that I met yesterday at the airport. He made a motion towards me, stopped himself, and then said "Oh sorry." Seeing as I usually greet people with a smile or a wave, I was noticeably confused, and he quickly explained that in France, ...

    Back to Luleå and Packing for Kongsberg

    A travel blog entry by bfarley64 on Sep 01, 2010

    7 photos

    We got the bad news, that the 9am tour of the Kiruna mine had been cancelled because there were not enough people registered. Patrick called everyone he could think of that worked in the mine, but he couldn't come up with anyone that could let us into the mine. So, we went for a car tour of town ; it was wet and when we went up on the hill above Kiruna it was snowing – snow on Sept 1st – CRAZY! After touring the ...

    A look around Luleå

    A travel blog entry by bfarley64 on Aug 24, 2010

    4 photos

    ... we decided to eat dinner at a Chinese restaurant in town, as the kids where all busy doing other activities. It was interesting, as we tend to think that most people immigrated to America, when in fact people have immigrated to many countries and set about trying to make a living. This particular restaurant was started and is owned by a family that immigrate, from China to ...