Hotel Laurenti

Address: Bykvarnsvagen 2, Söderköping, Östergötland, Swedish Lakeland, 61432, Sweden | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Bykvarnsvagen 2, Söderköping.
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Travel Blogs from Söderköping

Last day in stockholm

A travel blog entry by barkleyedelvang on Jun 12, 2015

... there home country. He was aot of fun. Then it was time to hop in the car and leave. Christian enjoyex the E4 topping out his speed at 176km/h. We hot to our next hotel in no time at all. Nykoping is a medievil town on the coast. We also headed down to Oxelsund another coastal town and did a little walk. Christian found the roads hard to navigate due to so many being pedestrain streets only. We were both exhausted so headed to bed to be ready for the next days ...

Recovery day to the country

A travel blog entry by helenstephen on Jun 07, 2015

The celebrations continued for Dave until the early hours of the morning so we didn't see him Sunday! We did spend our last full day with his folks as they kindly took us for an hour and a half drive to their holiday house, on the east coast.

We stopped ...

Back to civilization

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 08, 2014

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... upon the harbour of Fyrudden, about a dozen miles away. We got there without incident and were tied up alongside by 11:00.

Now this harbour has all the facilities you could wish for, namely fuel, electricity, washing machines, showers & toilets and shops within a stone’s throw (literally) and finally a good internet and for this they charge £9.00. It’s appalling the charges levied ...

Good Progress

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 07, 2014

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... the pilot is a little vague) and in a deep bay, sheltered from all winds, called Flisfjärden. Moreover, as it was pretty close to the open sea, we could sail to within a couple of miles with safety and thereafter, we had to use the engine as we were travelling into the wind. The entrance only had a couple of hidden rocks to contend with and we were soon inside, joining another 20 + boats, mostly rock-huggers but with lots of room for us swingers (swinging on an ...

Anchoring in Company

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on May 30, 2014

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... 63 year old dinghy – a great little thing, very light but extremely stable We had a very entertaining evening in his company, he has had an interesting life and Julie and I learnt a great deal about container ships and cargo handling, amongst other things. I’ve just re-read that and I can imagine that that doesn’t sound very interesting but either it’s the way Mike explained things or the subject itself but believe me, we were ...