- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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A slow start to day but still on the road in good time. Driving south as we head towards Trelleborg for the ferry. We checked out several stopover places and eventually found a lovely spot with all the facilities we needed and a decent picnic area. The weather was kind as we managed to sit out and set up the CADAC for an ...
... information. We are, by the way, using our UK mifi system (with 3) again to have constant access to the internet. Whilst it is a sort of layby it is far better than anything we have found elsewhere, with toilets, chemical loo disposal points, picnic seating and rubbish disposal too with excellent seating and peace and quiet. We thought we would have breakfast outside this morning but boy was the wind cold, so we sat in, what ...
... a very nice day to be outside, but I did get some opportunity to test my new Nokia Lumia 1020's camera on some of the beautiful architecture. The city is surrounded by water; being situated on the Baltic Sea, the sea water was a good source of power for the factories. So powerful flows of water and industrial waterfalls are plenteous while much of the city and many of ...
... After lunch we went to Sormlandsleden which is a hiking trail and we went on a hike for the afternoon. We really enjoyed our hike and we could get closer with nature at the same time. We had a great day today and we are looking forward to ...
... a sit & a paddle in the stream, before following the stream a little further. After a little explore around the north of the city (and another paddle in another pool of ice cold water) I took a stroll to the south. I wandered into the Fan Zone and had a nosey around. It’s larger than the Linkoping Fan Zone (unsurprising really) and has all sorts of cool inflatable stuff for the kids, but there was not so much there in terms of freebies or things ...