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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Adult pool
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... date. Very nice. Annette with her coffee and I with cream brûlée - very, very nice. Checked out the shopping centre and then back into the mall. Ducked down one of the si streets to check out a park and then continue with the tour. Located one of the other towers, a material shop, a number of old buildings - all in good repair, externally at least. Visited a small supermarket to restock the headache tablets and throat lozenges. Checked out where ...
... the south west, so by the time we’d got sufficiently far out to sea to be able to turn to make the track back into the port, we had over 3 miles to sail and we went like a train, hitting speeds of 8.5knots and loving the exhilaration. Pretty soon, all that fun had to stop however as we had to get the sails in and get the engine started, to negotiate the final passage into the guest harbour, which the pilot book says ' entrance becomes difficult in ...
... We also came across a very similar looking scene from Oslo a few days into Sweden.
We went to visit the biggest lake in all of Sweden, Lake Vanern. We enjoyed a swim in it on a hot day and also got to see it again when we visited Lacko Slott. Lacko Slott was a nice change to our typical scenes we had been doing as we hadn’t see a ...
... After touring around we stopped at the pier and had a d-lish fish and chips and an ice cold beer. Next stop was to one of the many fine sand beaches southern Sweden is host to, which also included some napping in the sun. Finally on the way home we met Karin's sister at a quaint farm that seconds as a boutique restaurant for some strong Swedish coffee.
We spent time exploring the cobblestone ...
... as I said, at least we were in Sweden and the wind would, surely, be more favourable in the future??
This particular harbour does not have much room for visiting yachts but the locals were friendly and the facilities, in wooden buildings nearby, were fine and after a shower (we’d set off sans washing) we decided to stretch our legs and explore the small village. It was a lovely, peaceful, prosperous looking place, a dormitory probably for the ...