Marieholms Gastgivaregard

Kvarngatan 1, Marieholm, Skåne, 240 30, Sweden | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn is located on Kvarngatan 1, Marieholm.
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Travel Blogs from Marieholm

Copenhagan - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 07, 2014

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... elegant. I dare not think about how much it is worth. The whole set was put together in 1840 but some of the gems had been in the family since the early 1700's (thanks google) After salivating over the jewels I made my way to Rundetaarn tower. This tower sits at the end of Trinitatus church. It was built in the 1600's by Christian IV. Chris really liked to build stuff, maybe thats why the country went broke. Anyway, I really liked this tower, there should be more like it. For a ...

Switzerland planning and packs!

A travel blog entry by daniandjess on Aug 01, 2014

Day started with determination of if we have a water issue, but fortunately drained down pipes to crawl space so wall and floor in good condition! yeah! Bad news is it stinks like crazy!!! Solution, holes in wall and fans, then replace all of the bathroom trim. Needed this like a hole in the head. Plumber and restoration companies great, and put my mind at ease. Now to fit in repairs before we leave. It is always something when one tries to leave home. Note ...

I am a Viking

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jul 05, 2014

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... at Swing Dancing a few weeks ago. That was really great. I hung out and had a glass of wine until dinner was ready. Josh and Jasper made a delicious feast of pork steaks, bernase sauce, sliced potatoes, and mixed steamed veggies. This has been one of the top meals I have had here, especially it being homemade. Again, I was so happy to be invited because many of my friends had already left and I would have just bought McDonalds across the street if I had been by myself. ...

More Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by jmcnamara on Jun 24, 2014

... aware of, my goal was to eat as cheaply as possible. The hotel had all-you-can-eat continental breakfasts for $12, so I eat as much cereal, fruit, and toast as I could. Hot Dog (pølse) carts are everywhere, so I got one with the works (ketchup, mustard, some other yellowish sauce, diced onions, crispy onions, and sweet pickles.) It wasn’t bad, but Nathan’s is better. The cheapest deal I could find for dinner ...

End of Session One

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 13, 2014

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... never is the way the forecast says it will be. 4. I have come a long way from being on my own and nervous in the airport. Also reflected on when my plane first touched the ground and my trip became real. 5. Getting lost and when things go completely wrong, usually lead to finding something awesome. 6. Ignore majority of beggers and drunks. Don't make eye contact, even when they are hitting you with a empty pop bottle to get your attention. 7. I really don't need that ...