Starby Kungsgard

Address: Odeshogsvagen 1, Vadstena, Swedish Lakeland, 592 22, Sweden | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Odeshogsvagen 1, Vadstena.
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Travel Blogs from Vadstena

Peaceful & Pretty

A travel blog entry by theevans on Jun 30, 2015

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... than most of the 'old' stuff in Australia! The thing that most impressed me was the amount of ceramic-ware which was and is made in Sweden. Almost every pretty cup, teapot, plate or vase I picked up was made in some small Swedish town or classic Swedish ceramics workshop. I wish I could have brought some home, but as we don't have a home to bring things to that seems a little silly! There's also no room for any pretty things in our bags since ...

Recovery day to the country

A travel blog entry by helenstephen on Jun 07, 2015

... way for a traditional lunch of potato pancakes (Raggmunk), pork and salad.
We did a refreshing 4 km walk around the island and enjoyed coffee and chats as the Swedish call 'Fika' before travelling back as our time with the Walfriddsons comes to a close, for ...

The Grad Dance Afternoon

A travel blog entry by helenstephen on Jun 06, 2015

... the performance. Dave told us to get to section I or J and so at 3.30, when the doors opened and the 2000+ people piled in, we got to the area OK then waited for the action to start at 4pm.

As like clockwork, at 4 the 184 couples zipped out, behind 2 large Swedish flags (as it was also Swedish Flag day today) and the dancing to waltz and other music began and was fantastic. The boys in full white-tie suits and white gloves while the girls wore gowns of every ...

Back in Linköping for the grad dance tomorrow

A travel blog entry by helenstephen on Jun 05, 2015

... and we joined the family for a lovely dinner on their balcony overlooking parts of the town. As the sun set (well it sort of sets around 11pm til 5 am) we hoped and prayed that the rain potentially forecast for tomorrow would hold off for Dave's (and family) big ...

The Flying Museum and a fun dinner out

A travel blog entry by helenstephen on Jun 01, 2015

... The house we visited backs onto a big forest area and the view from their back porch onto hundreds of tall spruce and pine trees was stunning. Only downside was that I left my sunglasses there but Kathleen will give them to Ulla at work. It wasn't a late night as Dave had a school exam tomorrow.

Off to Goteburg tomorrow for 3 days of exploring this interesting town on the West Coast of ...