- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... has pulled people away. Hanö is not entirely cut off, there is an hourly ferry service to the mainland in summer, reducing to a twice-daily service during the winter, so people could, just, live here and work on the mainland I suppose but then why make life difficult?
We had a couple of rain showers during the afternoon but in between, the weather was very pleasant and we went for a short stroll, avoiding areas of long grass as Julie is now totally paranoid about being ...
... a F6 SSW wind which in turn, kicked up the waves so the sea became quite lumpy. Still, we were able to sail, ******* the wind, all the way to Hanö and we had arrived in the harbour and tied up by 17:45, after 56 miles. We were quite tired by the time we’d put the boat to bed but we had enough energy to download the final episode of The Honourable Woman and a couple of other programmes as the internet here was fabulous – why can’t other harbours provide the same ...
... Sunday morning so nothing was open. We visited the Fredirk Church, which is Lutheran and we listened to some of the service. The church was beautiful and so was the music. It was very much like a Catholic Mass. We returned to the ship around 1:00 PM and after lunch we sat around the pool. I walked the track again. The weather was wonderful. We watched our sailing from both decks of the ...
Today we went to Karlskrona because the weather forecast wasn't that good, so we decided not to hire a kayak or canoe. We went to the Marinemuseum and we went to the Stortorget to get a nice icecream. The icecream waffles are selfmade. The icecream was so big we only ate some soup as ...
... pavilion, so the windy weather didn't affect the party. Kroppkaka was served for dinner. This dish is a favorite for Lori’s family back in Minnesota, so it was a special treat for her to try it in Sweden, where it originated. Everyone enjoyed the kroppkaka, translated as “body cakes” in English, and left with their host families for our last night in this lovely city. ...