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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsScandic Visby
We were here on a weekend package and our room was fine, clean and functional. A typical Swedish breakfast buffet was included. Unfortunately, as vegans, most of the options were not good for us. But they had soy milk and prepared oatmeal for us so it was fine! The only real disappointment was the free wifi. It was difficult to connect and very slow. Not great for a blogger!
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... we must've seen at least 50 different plates. Pam snapped a few samples that had our names attached to them. I wish I would have taken a photo of how many plates there were!
It was British Pub day again so we got in line early and got seated and served right away. We had a window table, but this ship has the lifeboats attached to the same deck as the restaurant so the view is blocked. Very poor planning on someone's part! We ...
... this visit was that a self guided walk or bike ride were the only options to see this village. However our traveling companion, Courtney Lantz, had contacted and signed us up with one of the few private tour guides AND which turned out to be one of our favored travel highlights.We discovered that the city at one time was surrounded by a massive stonewall ...
... we met our guide and were equipped with our bikes. Visby is the city on the island of Gotland. Gotland historically was independent before it was overtaken by Denmark. Currently, it is controlled by Sweden.
Whoa. Bicycling around Visby was incredibly easy at times (on long, flat, dirt roads) or extremely exhausting (up a steep, cobblestoned hill). At times, we had to get off our bikes and walk them up the incline. Nonetheless, it was a great and very fun tour! ...
Visby, our second UNESCO World Heritage site in as many days. Visby is another walled medieval city, also a Hansa city, on the the Island of Gotland. It was beautiful and Andrea wants to live there. It had many ruined churches, a result of getting too powerful in the Hanseatic league and getting razed by Lubeck. Who knew this trading organization had ...
... of Visby. In the 1300's Denmark invaded and all sorts of people had to fight to protect the city. The graves were full of people too old, too young or too disabled to be fighting in the first place. Pretty sad. They had a selection of bones in the cabinet which were all from different people and were all deformed in some way from before the battle. Some had breaks which had been so badly set that the person would have been crippled and others ...