Suderbys Herrgard

Address: Toftavagen 201, Vasterhejde, Visby, Gotland, 62199, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Toftavagen 201, Vasterhejde, Visby.
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Travel Blogs from Visby

Stockholm and Visby, Sweden

A travel blog entry by parkerjudy on May 31, 2015

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... we saw before the rain set in was quite touristy. Lunch consisting of a toasted sandwich, slice of pie and two coffees cost $36. We spent a couple of hours wandering in the rain, in and out of shopping centres, watching snippets of the marathon until we decided that the rain wasn't going to let up. Visby This was even more disappointing as we couldn't dock due to weather and sea ...

Medieval Visby

A travel blog entry by herbguhl on Jun 16, 2014

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Our final port of call was Visby, Sweden, on the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea south of Stockholm. I hadn't ever heard of Visby before this cruise, but it used to be another Hanseatic trading town and has a very long history. Many of its medieval houses and other structures still exist, some restored and some only as ruins. The city wall, built in the late 13th century, is also largely intact. As a result, Visby has ...

Gonna party like its 1499!

A travel blog entry by strombone on Aug 08, 2011

55 photos

... more, some more obvious than others. The Barbarians, bare chested and draped in furs or the Pirates, make-up clad and rum drinking.
The market place is full of action, street performers, delicious food stalls, authentic clothes, archery, rope making, expensive everythings, its great.
The towns many ruins hold small events constantly, I went to a battle improvisation! A band opened, pretty cool, next a guy made a speech and then in ...

Exploring Visby

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 04, 2011

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... Unlike most harbours in other countries we have been to this year, to date Sweden does not provide free wifi, rather they offer a Telia (Swedish telecom company) service and again, once you log on the clock starts and doesn’t stop, even if you’ve logged off – in other words, a useless, expensive service. Why can’t they have the German system where you only pay for what you use ie the time that you’re actually connected? Seems much fairer to ...

Third leg of the journey to Farosund

A travel blog entry by seacastle on Jul 10, 2011

3 comments, 16 photos

... I found the building and my room and even the person I had been emailing with. The internet was wired and I did not have a cord so hence the late entries. I had a nice view from my window. Got settled in and went back to the store for a few things. I believe I might have bought sour milk by mistake as I ended up sick. To be continued the next ...