Scandic Gavle Vast
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Travel Blogs from Gävle
Well, we slept OK on this old piece of road and no disturbances except for the light - it hardly went dark at all this far North. So light in fact we are up at 0430 and after a coffee en route by 0515 so now we feel we have been driving for ages, and of course we have. Not sure where we are heading today except towards Umea and we will try to find a nicer overnight stop when we are too tired to continue. Well, 1700 hours local time and we are in a ...
... will confine to saying Men. Some are crazy. Some are hitting on to you. And others are just over come with the need to say something. My poise and elegance enables me to get through this situations with ease. Once I stuttered that, no I'm not Parisian I am from Sweden (UNNECESSARY LYING!) another time I almost shook a mans hand as he offered it to me, but with a shock stumbled away from him. THIS just doesn't happen in Stockholm. Even on a ...
... train museum, where i learned about the history of trains in sweden! lots of trains to explore and really neat breakdown of the history. there was a display of scale model trains that 1 man had built...i think he's built over 1600 in total. crazy!!
After the amazing train museum we walked back to the apartment through some neat parts of town, i think if i lived in gavle i would want to live near the coffee factory...it smelled so good!!!
We got back to the ...
... had a great time. I hope that my first time meeting them is not my last. I managed to catch the right bus, and even get off at the right stop. The streets seemed very different late at night, walking down them alone. I saw the biggest frog in the world, and it scared the **** out of me! At two I stumbled back into bed, thankful that I didn't have to wake up early to pack my stuff for Stockholm the next day. ...
... hours later, I decided to get ready for the day. It had rained over the past few hours, and when I opened my window to let some air in and turned away, I heard a very disgruntled "meow' behind me. It turned out that Molly, the cat, had been stuck outside in the rain, and she was not happy. I let her in, and jumped around trying to stop her from drying herself off on my legs.
I eventually walked over to Carina's, in the rain, and from there decided to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility