Trosa Stadshotell & Spa
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Worrying really.
We certainly didn’t recall the number of yacht s either – there were at least 50 here, of which 20 or more were actually at anchor, the remainder rock-hugging. Still, as I said in 2012, there was room for at least double this number so we didn’t feel crowded when we dropped the anchor in quite deep water for us, 10 metres. Pretty much as soon as we were there, I got the barbie going and cooked a chicken which we enjoyed ...
... until 18:00 or so. One of the glories of the Baltic is the lack of tides and one can safely anchor with little water under the boat. Mind you this time I think I was a trifle reckless (but got away with it) as when CW came to lie against her anchor, there was only 20cm under the keel! This is OK provided that the water level doesn’t change, which can happen with direction of wind etc. Next time I vowed that we would have ...
... and there are few photos – the simple reason being that in 2012 we did all that, so there is little point in repeating. However, as of now, by and large it will be all new, so hopefully things blog-wise will become more interesting.
What wasn’t interesting was the fact that we are now in high season, ie as of June 1st, and marina fees leap, so it cost us SEK290 to stay, call it £29. All right, I suppose, but they had ...
... Under'. Lucky Dane's parents had given us a heads up about the water & Dane had remembered some gumboots. After trying all the significant years & dates in Australian history we could think of or google with no success we felt a bit silly when we found the hint 'land code' & worked out it was the Australian international dialing code prefix (which is 0064 for those ...
... crossing Årsta Järnvägsbron (railroad bridge) with beautiful views of Lake Mälaren and Liljeholmen.
The next part of our journey was a little less scenic. We had to make our way around the railway area and a large industrial park. In the meantime the rain had stopped and the sun came out making our wardrobe choices less appropriate. We shed a few layers and carried on using my iPad and goggle mapping to find our way. There is a terrific mapping function ...