Address: Sjoegatan 5, Sundsvall, Västernorrlands, Midnight Sun Coast, 85234, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sjoegatan 5, Sundsvall, is near Kultur Magasinet.
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Travel Blogs from Sundsvall

Oslo to Timra, Sweden.

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 09, 2015

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... then to our hotel in Timra just north. The hotel is a grand old house 200 years old with very elegant public rooms downstairs and bedrooms upstairs. A communal kitchen which was used by many for dinner preparation including ourselves after purchasing ham, cheese, tomato and bread from the nearby supermarket. We sat In the dining room by candlelight with a bottle of wine and had a ...


A travel blog entry by massimino on Jul 25, 2015

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Day 16: We are nearing the end of the trip and we couldn't come this far and miss showing my parents the town I went to school in. I studied abroad in the Fall of 2006 in Sundsvall, Sweden so we took the train up for the day so I could show them the town, the school and the apartments that I lived in. ...

A good day to be in harbour

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 13, 2014

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... not use it? It’s remarkable how we become fixated on the blessed things! Anyway, by 10:30 all was washed and dried, so we went out to have a look around. Situated as it is, it would be hard not to be interesting and attractive – after all water, bridges, boats, nice buildings and trees make for a promising mix and Härnösand doesn’t disappoint.

We found the tourist office and a ...

At the commencement of the High Coast

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 12, 2014

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... boat. See if you can spot it in the photo!

When we were a few miles south of where we would have to turn into the wind to motor towards Sundsvall, there is an island called Brämön and we could just make the sound between it and the mainland. However, the wind was funnelled into this sound so we had to tack frequently to make progress, it was quite fun as it had also strengthened, so again we hit speeds of 7 knots occasionally. However, by the time we ...

A Serendipitous Anchorage

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 11, 2014

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... anchor anywhere in about 5m of water, which we did and the boat settled nicely within sight of the picturesque little harbour. Actually, when I say settled nicely she did, when the wind backed to the north but initially, she was rolling a bit in the miniscule wavelets that entered the bay. It was a pleasant, gentle motion and we enjoyed sitting in the cockpit until the air cooled and we, like hobbits, disappeared below for the rest of the ...