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

Careful what you wish for

A travel blog entry by callmedoctor on Oct 30, 2015

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... kicked in and after the limited assessment I could realized that we needed to call an ambulance. After the ambulance came and got this person on their way to the hospital I decided it was time to call it a night. The irony of the entire situation is how only a few days earlier I had been talking with a friend about how I missed working as an EMT and being actively being able to administer treatments and such. Careful what you wish ...

"Too much of a good thing can be taxing."

A travel blog entry by callmedoctor on Oct 19, 2015

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... but looking back to when I just started a mere nine weeks ago I have noticed a considerable change. Gone are the days of questioning if I made the right decision in choosing to go to medical school in Sweden, as are most of the doubts I have of if I will be able to be successful here. It feels strange to say that I've changed in such a short period of time but the reality is that I have. It also makes me realize how much change lays ahead of me and I can't wait to see where it takes ...

Gamla Stan

A travel blog entry by kazlang on Dec 10, 2014

... man fishing in the water in the middle of the freezing water in hype middle of town. I'm unsure just how crazy he was. There were rapids around him and I cannot imagine how he actually made it out into the middle... These ancient buildings are magnificent. What a stunning city. We are reminded of where we are by the flat packs we see being carried around the city streets. The occasional blue bag reminds us of our only link to Sweden at home. Then we discover more ...

Good Progress

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 07, 2014

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... was that the wind very rapidly became less than gentle and also backed to the SSW, ie as per usual where we wanted to get to. This time though, we weren’t constrained by narrow channels so we had the option to sail and we headed out to sea, sailing close hauled (all sails tightly in and at the highest point of sailing relative to the wind) in order to stay as close to land as we could. The wind, which was blowing at a F5 top end, was such that we could sail with unreefed ...

Anchoring in Company

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on May 30, 2014

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... but a great anchorage so we suggested that to Mike and invited him over for dinner, which he accepted with alacrity.

No sooner that we had finished speaking when a yacht called Prima Donna called us up. He'd heard me calling Pangey and wanted to remake our acquaintance – he was sailing southwards and our routes would take us past one another. Embarrassingly, I’m afraid neither Julie nor I remember ever meeting the owners but we did ...