Stenungsbaden Yacht Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It was an early morning today to join the rest of Gothenburg on a day trip to the archipelago that lies just off the mainland. Serviced by passenger ferries only (no cars) we took the tram from our apartment to the port where we used our transit pass to board a 20 min ferry to Brännö where we had reserved bikes for the day. It's a cool system... We reserved online after speaking with the owner and he emailed us a code for the bike locks. We ...
... mainland meant that it was basically downwind sailing initially and as such, very pleasant. Speaking of pleasant, we were very taken indeed with the scenery, with forest coming right down to the water’s edge and houses tucked away in unlikely places. The contrast between the bare rocky islands, just a few miles to the west, was very striking.
At Vindön there is a bridge joining Orust to the mainland, a high bridge so no problems there. However, of ...
... and that we could have, which was kind of him. However, we couldn’t stay where we were off his wharf whilst I fitted it, as he needed the space to launch other boats so we moved across the harbour back to the now crowded visitor’s marina, where we were lucky to get the last available slot.
After lunch, I struggled with fitting the old (very) replacement pump. The problem was that pipes didn’t fit ...
... front door-- just no room for it. The bathroom is even smaller-- but it's so cool! Everything is very minimalistic here. They don't serve ice with any drinks. No lids or straws. The beds only have a fitted sheet and one folded comforter (no top sheet or blanket to cuddle down into), no water in the toilets (just like an airplane toilet), and other quirky things here and there.
We went for a walk ...
... to find a table anywhere, and we were exhausted, so we called it a night.
The next day, we went through the tourist information packet in our room to make a game plan. After outlining a basic plan, we headed out around 11.
One thing I read in the packet that I decided was a must was the “Hagabullen,” which is a traditional Swedish cinnamon bun that is practically the size of a dinner plate. We found a cafe in Haga and we each got ...