Selma Spa

SE-686 28 Sunne, Sunne, Värmland, Swedish Lakeland, SE-686 28 , Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located on SE-686 28 Sunne, Sunne, is near Marbacka Minnesgard, Rottneros Park, and Sundsbergs Gard.
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    Travel Blogs from Sunne

    Oslo - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... different types of bricks which had been used over time, building up layer upon layer. When the Danish kings wouldn't appropriate funds for repairs, the commander of the castle used whatever bricks were lying around from any old or demolished buildings to build the fortress back up again. In the 1700's it was used as a grain store and administration building. It continued to degrade and no repairs were done, they had to ...

    Nordic blog #2

    A travel blog entry by graves35 on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... with nice homes along the shore. On Thursday, 9/11, we took a ferry to Museum Island to visit (1) the Viking Ship Museum, (2) the Norwegian Folk Museum, a large outdoor museum depicting Norwegian life through the years, (3) the Fram Exploration Museum featuring two ships used by famous Norwegian Arctic and Antarctic explorers and (4) the Kon-Tiki museum housing Thor Hyerdahl's reed boats Kon-Tiki and Ra used to demonstrate how ancient peoples may have traversed the ...

    Oslo - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the hooghly kind of way. Next stop was the folk museum. I could have spent all day here. They had galleries on all sorts of things in Norwegian life. The first stop was the Storting museum. This is an old gallery where the first Norwegian parliament sat and sorted out their constitution in 1814 although it took another 90 years before Norway separated from Sweden. Another museum had displays on the folk art. Most of the stuff on display were everyday items that were made and traded ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 23, 2014

    4 photos

    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 ...