Sweden Hotel Bottnia

Address: Obbolavaegen 125, Umeå, Västerbotten, Lapland, 90422, Sweden | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Obbolavaegen 125, Umeň.
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Travel Blogs from Umeň

Ramblings about Umea

A travel blog entry by linda.sweden14 on Jul 28, 2014

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Good morning! We will be leaving Umea today. I have loved being here and learning so much about the area where my great grandparents were born and lived before going to Minnesota. Today it is a beautiful, progressive and growing area. There is also a lot of art here and an value of art. For example, a new hotel being built has been designed to represent a birch tree. One floor is ...

Hello to Santa - Part 2

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 20, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... to see. I arrived at the location that I'd scouted from Google Maps, which was a gravel car pull off next to a lake. It's not exactly stealth but I'm not in anyones way, and free camping is much more accepted in Scandinavia so I don't imagine I'll have any dramas. Fortunately there are almost no mosquitos, which meant after spending some 11 hours on the road (well, if you include my stop at Santa's Village) I sat down and cooked a nice bowl ...

A sad day

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 20, 2014

9 photos

... went for a walk to have a look at the 100 year old buildings and some of the remainder of the island. The houses were large, quite grand in fact – I wonder whether they were designed for several families to share or just one? There were old logs here and there and what looked like a wooden causeway joining another islet to this one. One surprise we had is that despite the fine construction we were moored alongside, this was not the official guest harbour. Rather, it was ...

Cool Runnings

A travel blog entry by matt81 on Nov 05, 2012

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... my soft shell jacket, and-finally-my trusty grey wool Uruguayan toque. Did you know that toque is a wholly Canadian word? Other nations call it silly things like “knitted cap”, and other such ridiculous phrases.

So, I took a few deep breaths and emerged out onto the sidewalk, braving the climate-and-it actually wasn’t half bad. The rain was coming down on an angle-like, sideways. Ok, no it wasn’t, I ...

Nice and Cold

A travel blog entry by matt81 on Oct 29, 2012

... efforts to keep humanity on the ocean front without pulling back will cost a great deal of money. The Carolinas, some states in NE USA, for example have already invested hundreds of millions of dollars in placing heavy rock along their shoreline. Vancouver's cost estimate ranged somewhere around $150 million if I remember correctly.

The recent world economic slow down raises the question of whether the world can afford to keep functioning the ...