Sweden Hotel Bottnia

Address: Obbolavaegen 125, Umeå, Västerbotten, Lapland, 90422, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Obbolavaegen 125, Umeň.
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Travel Blogs from Umeň

Days 4-5: Umeå, Sweden

A travel blog entry by alyssa.riege on Nov 02, 2014

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... a bit, and I got some more things for my dorm. My dorm didn't come with a trash can so I just bought trash bags before I am able to talk to housing to see if I can get one. I also gave in and bought a fleece blanket, which only cost about $5! And it's extremely warm! My dorm is very cold and I can't get the radiator to turn on any warmer so I slept in a ton of layers last night. This fleece blanket is going to be a huge help. ...

Gavle to umea

A travel blog entry by amandanicholls on Jul 30, 2014

1 comment

... I say all the time. Then her mate a young lad joined in saying the accent was great. Weird these swedes. Well time for sleeping now and hopefully the rain will have stopped for our journey tomorrow to Pajala (nicknamed pyjama by me and ed) another 300 miles to do and we should cross the Arctic circle tomorrow - 66 degrees but will be pushing on last that Hope you are all ok and thanks Val for the comments, great to know someone is reading my ramblings ...

Hello to Santa - Part 2

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 20, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

This blog is a continuation of part 1... From Santa's Village I headed southwest towards Umea. It was a fairly uneventful ride, but it was a lovely day and I really couldn't have asked for nicer weather. I did get a very brief spot of rain, but it cleared up almost straight away and my clothes dried in the sun very quickly. Plus I got to ride past some amazing looking wind farms. As I crossed the border into Sweden, or Sverige as the sign indicated, ...

A sad day

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 20, 2014

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... Ulv÷hamn, about Norrbyskńr. It seems that in the late 1890’s, an enterprising and socially aware individual constructed a sawmill here, together with modern housing for the mill workers. It was a social experiment which lasted about 60 years, he believed that all his workers should be healthy and live in pleasant houses – this is analogous to villages built by philanthropically- inclined industrialists in the UK, such as the much larger Port Sunlight on the ...

Nice and Cold

A travel blog entry by matt81 on Oct 29, 2012

... clear example. While the river is significantly larger than BC's Fraser river, it's annual aggregate salmon return may only be 1 million fish. The Fraser's returns, while varying wildly, often easily top 10 million. The Columbia River has at least 8 dams on it-the Fraser has none.

BC Hydro is forecasting the province's power consumption levels to rise 40% in the next 20 years. That is a staggering increase.

great conclusion.