Stjarnholms Slott

Address: Stiftsgarden Stjarnholm, Oxelosund, Södermanland, Swedish Lakeland, 611 92, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Stiftsgarden Stjarnholm, Oxelosund, is near Old Haymarket (Hötorgshallen).
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    Travel Blogs from Oxelosund

    Last day in stockholm

    A travel blog entry by barkleyedelvang on Jun 12, 2015

    ... there home country. He was aot of fun. Then it was time to hop in the car and leave. Christian enjoyex the E4 topping out his speed at 176km/h. We hot to our next hotel in no time at all. Nykoping is a medievil town on the coast. We also headed down to Oxelsund another coastal town and did a little walk. Christian found the roads hard to navigate due to so many being pedestrain streets only. We were both exhausted so headed to bed to be ready for the next days ...

    Good Progress

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... though, perhaps my displeasure with fate and the wind gods was listened to and within the space of a few short minutes, the wind freshened again but this time blowing from the SSE, so by tacking we could continue to sail southwards making progress and also close on the land, this time with 15 knots gusting 18, making sailing exhilarating but tiring.

    It was time to consider an anchorage and we found a belter, it was on the island of Harstena (I think that’s its ...

    Anchoring in Company

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on May 30, 2014

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    ... a couple of hours later when our boats passed one another!

    On the subject of passing, a bit about good seamanship and what NOT to do. There was a boat in front of us, that we were catching up with slowly, actually sailing. I was deeply impressed, as he was making great progress to windward with both sails up. Now engines give way to sail and therefore, when his path crossed ours we naturally gave way to him. However, much to my ...

    Little Manchester

    A travel blog entry by haydenmoyle on Apr 11, 2014

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    Dad went to the main production plant in Finspång today after dropping me off in the nearby city of Norrköping. Norrköping is Sweden's tenth largest city, and has a rich textile and weaving history. Much of the historic district is made up of beautiful old factories which have now been turned into museums, universities and function centres. The day was bleak and rainy, so it ...

    The Real Place is Soviken, computer insists not!

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 23, 2012

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    ... the archipelago in the direction of Trosa. Even though we could have sailed, as the batteries hadn’t been recharged we opted to use the engine, as our destination was the anchorage called Soviken which was only 8 miles away and where we stopped at on June 19th – that seems a lifetime ago now. We arrived at 16:00 and anchored safely, albeit on the second attempt. It was still grey and dull and windy, quite depressing when we hear that it is hot and sunny back ...