Quality Hotel Selma Lagerlof

Address: Ekebyvagen 1, Sunne, Värmland, Swedish Lakeland, 686 35, Sweden | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Ekebyvagen 1, Sunne, is near Marbacka Minnesgard, Rottneros Park, and Sundsbergs Gard.
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    A stunning day to enjoy the views

    A travel blog entry by cokers on Aug 08, 2015

    7 photos

    ... wood boat and another modest museum housing the Fram, which a certain Roald Amundsen used to beat the Brits to the south pole and then took it to the top of the world as well.
    These Norwegians were a hardy adventurous lot.
    Tomorrow we drive to Aurland to start fjord and mountain gazing. The roads have got to be good to get there!
    With so many restaurants beneath our feet we decided to eat out but bypassed all the steak and burger joints for some ...

    A drop of culture

    A travel blog entry by cokers on Aug 07, 2015

    4 photos

    Picasso yesterday. Van Gogh and Munch today. It's a serious dose of old world culture at the moment.
    The day started slowly - Simo slept in and we didn't hurry to get organised and then weren't patient enough to wait for the first hop on - hop off bus and walked into the nearest part of the CBD to change Euros into Norwegian Kroner and got past by the bus just after we started walking! (There was no sign at the bus stop so we were unsure ...

    Scenic Railway, Bergen to Oslo.

    A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 03, 2015

    6 photos

    We decided to take the train back to Oslo, and the 'scenic' tag certainly turned out to be true. The train swept through snow capped mountains and ran alongside fjords. We broke the journey high in the mountains at a little place called Myrdal. It is the end point of The Flam railway, the steepest line in Norway. It took 20 years to build, 1920-1940, is 20 ks long, and has 20 tunnels, 18 ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 23, 2014

    4 photos

    Today we left Rjukan and also left Norway. We wanted to do some camping in the wild, but it didn't work out in Norway. So now we want it to try it in Sweden. And guess what?!? We find a nice spot in the woods. Also we have a place to make a fire, so it's just great to enjoy the outdoors. It's very quiet, all you hear are birds and sometimes the wind through the trees. The weather is very good. Today we drove ...

    TACK! (Thanks! in Swedish)

    A travel blog entry by lafemmefelice on Jul 05, 2012

    This is a short one. I just wanted to take a minute and tell everyone how much I appreciate the comments, messages, and e-mails so many of you have taken the time to write me. Almost all have told me you like the blog. At the very least, you have wished me well.

    Some of you know why I'm doing this. Others of you still don't even know how you ended up on the recipient list. A few ...