Selma Spa

Address: Sundsberget 3, Sunne, Värmland, Swedish Lakeland, SE-686 28 , Sweden | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Sundsberget 3, Sunne, is near Marbacka Minnesgard, Rottneros Park, and Sundsbergs Gard.
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    A stunning day to enjoy the views

    A travel blog entry by cokers on Aug 08, 2015

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    ... cuisine. Jude had a reindeer and moose casserole and I went for the whale! Quite tender and not that strong tasting. I can understand why certain cultures like it, but wont miss it if i never have it again.
    We were going to have cloud berries for desert - a Scandi specialty - but they were all gone so it was rhubarb for me and chocolate moose for her. And that ended our Oslo stay on a perfectly cloudless day, with the whole harbourside in party mood on a Saturday ...

    A drop of culture

    A travel blog entry by cokers on Aug 07, 2015

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    ... even in the right place!)
    By the time we got out of a tourist trap shopping area and got on the bus it was nearly midday. First stop was the Viking ship museum where the two best preserved viking long boats in the world are found - the oldest being 1200 years young.
    It was used as a ginormous coffin - 22 metres long and 5 metres wide - for two obviously powerful women, who were sent on their final journey with a collection of ...

    Scenic Railway, Bergen to Oslo.

    A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 03, 2015

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    ... were excavated by hand. No high tech engineering in those days. The line finished at a port town called Flam (pron. "flom"). It was most enjoyable going through the steep gorges and passing through small villages along the way. When we returned to Myrdal, we resumed our train trip to Oslo. It was a very long day, and we got to the hotel about 11.30pm. Flying out to Iceland on tomorrow ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 23, 2014

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    Today we left Rjukan and also left Norway. We wanted to do some camping in the wild, but it didn't work out in Norway. So now we want it to try it in Sweden. And guess what?!? We find a nice spot in the woods. Also we have a place to make a fire, so it's just great to enjoy the outdoors. It's very quiet, all you hear are birds and sometimes the wind through the trees. The weather is very good. Today we drove ...

    TACK! (Thanks! in Swedish)

    A travel blog entry by lafemmefelice on Jul 05, 2012

    ... why I'm here even more than I do - and I'm okay with that.

    Last night I had a, shall we say...undesirable... dream that I could not shake no matter how many times I woke up and tried to coach myself into thinking and dreaming about something else. Today, on a tiny strip of ¨beach¨ I fell asleep for 40 minutes and had the next few episodes of the same dream. It was all about why I'm ...