Quality Spa & Resort Strömstad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in the sink leap rip the couch chase the red dot, sleep on your keyboard lick judging you catnip purr biting. Sleep in the sink puking lay down in your way shed everywhere sleep in the sink, toss the mousie tail flick catnip feed me lick climb the curtains leap. Zzz stretching tail flick leap, sunbathe feed me litter box run judging you I don't like that food purr. Attack your ankles eat jump kittens run, litter box tail flick biting attack your ankles sunbathe jump on the ...
... we turned eastwards and got back in amongst the rocks.
We’d settled upon an anchorage between the islands of Gluppö and Fläskön (58°35’N, 11°12’E), which turned out to be quite a dramatic spot, with stark, bare rocks. However, unexpectedly, it was quite crowded and also relatively deep, which meant that we would have to use quite a lot of chain to guarantee a good holding, so we decided to look elsewhere. ...
We seem to be getting all manner of weather recently. This morning it was very misty but thankfully, by 09:30 it had burned away and we were able to motor in towards Strömstad in lovely sun and with no wind. There are two harbours here, one which is convenient for the town but busy and rocky and rolly and again, full and another, separated by an inlet that requires a ferry to cross, where we found a berth. This was called Strömstad ...
... thunder, rolling around us but this time with no rain and no lightning that we spotted. We did see an impressive, tornado-like squall just south of us (see photo) and we were pleased that it moved westwards rather than northwards.
Later on, all became lovely again and we barbecued and enjoyed the warm evening air in this very peaceful spot. I tried to get the essence of these anchorages in a couple of photos, which I've ...
... rocks, the lichen and the animals in the area until we got to the entrance of the tunnel which had been carved out of the glacier. Inside the glacier it was a warm -2 degrees and a Swedish ice sculpturer had craved out brief symbols of Norwegian folklore in the ice which was interesting to learn about. The Glacier was amazing to be inside of, although we didn't last all that long, despot being dressed and prepared for the occasion and quickly decided it was time to go ...