Ronneby Brunn Hotel Spa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... people that left Sweden. Now, I am finishing up this blog, having a celebratory glass of wine to put Sweden in our past and move on to Japan. We head back to Denmark at 6 am, fly into London and hop on to Tokyo. By the time we arrive there, we will be 14 hours ahead of CST. Sweden is wonderful, the people are proud and amazing. They took great care of us and we are thankful. I must get back here for a vacation. See you in ...
... and as we don’t have that, or at least I don’t want to risk is seizing entirely, then the only sensible option was for us to stay a day. Tomorrow, the wind is forecast to veer a little more to the west and we will make an early start and try to get further than Simrishamn to make up some of the lost time.
So, decision made, we might as well do some washing and do some boat tidying etc. Boats are not big things when compared to a house and as a consequence, ...
... channel wasn’t useable by boats, after all our draft is not that great. We did actually get through, but at times the depth gauge was registering zero so of course, we proceeded very, very slowly and with me on the bow keeping a look out for even shallower water. In truth, because we had to curtail our speed, I doubt that we saved any time by taking this route but still, nothing ventured and all that.
Once we were back out at sea, the wind picked up and we had ...
... in having to try to make any distance upwind. Indeed, by lunchtime it was apparent that unless the wind became more favourable, there was no way that we would make Sandhamn in any reasonable time to we opted to stop instead at the pretty little harbour of Kristianopel, which we last visited on Friday 3d August 2012, in the company of Andy & Pauline Smith of Odile. Kristianopel is 29 miles from Kalmar and ...
The Sunday breakfast was great - Eggs Benedict, omelets, champagne and caviar! After we docked we took the tenders (our lifeboats) to shore. Karlskrona was founded in 1685 by King Karl who wanted an ice-free port for the Swedish Naval base. It is on the southern end of Sweden and only has 30,000 residents. This is Regent's first visit to Karlskrona. It is a busy summer tourist area ...