Tott Hotel Visby
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Heated pool
- Room service
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... about this & that. The one thing that stuck in Rich's head was that tiramisu has 2,000 calories per slice (I find that hard to believe but he swears that's what they said). After the theater let out, Pam & I waited to find them and joined them on the tour of the galley. On display were all the different ways the ship serves potatoes--I've never given it much thought, but holy moley...there are a LOT of ways to make potatoes. ...
We lost an hour of sleep because of the time change but are expected to regain it again after this visit in Visby is completed. The medieval spirit is alive and well in this Swedish town. The cobble stone streets and the old buildings in town really make you feel like you could walk into a knight in shining armor at any moment.All we had read about while ...
... remains the perfect setting for a coffee, wine, or beer, take time to stroll the streets beyond, just like the Vikings did and where hidden treasure and charm awaits for you as it did them.
From Cari and Greg: We anchored early in the morning and boarded a tender boat for a short cruise to shore to the island of Gotland. We were going to explore Visby by bicycle; following a short discussion, we dubbed ourselves the Outlaw Biker Gang. After a short walk from ...
... Times, today it's a popular destination for tourists. Discover the beauty of this medieval town in Sweden.
The town of Visby in Sweden was in 1995 chosen by UNESCO as one of the World Heritage Sites. The Medieval Week on Gotland is a medieval history event with thousands of participants. Medeltidsveckan is one of many big medieval events in Europe.
... at all when we were in his area (he lives in Vitte, on the island of Hiddensee which we visited last year) to give him a call. His boat, Petrine, is a substantial 60 or 70’ metal ketch with wooden masts and otter boards, nice old boat.
Internet and chatting over, we came back to the boat to watch the comings and goings in this busy harbour, enjoying it all in the warm sunshine. I have now caught up with myself so I will pop back to the library to post this ...