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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in having to try to make any distance upwind. Indeed, by lunchtime it was apparent that unless the wind became more favourable, there was no way that we would make Sandhamn in any reasonable time to we opted to stop instead at the pretty little harbour of Kristianopel, which we last visited on Friday 3d August 2012, in the company of Andy & Pauline Smith of Odile. Kristianopel is 29 miles from Kalmar and ...
The Sunday breakfast was great - Eggs Benedict, omelets, champagne and caviar! After we docked we took the tenders (our lifeboats) to shore. Karlskrona was founded in 1685 by King Karl who wanted an ice-free port for the Swedish Naval base. It is on the southern end of Sweden and only has 30,000 residents. This is Regent's first visit to Karlskrona. It is a busy summer tourist area ...
Today we went to Karlskrona because the weather forecast wasn't that good, so we decided not to hire a kayak or canoe. We went to the Marinemuseum and we went to the Stortorget to get a nice icecream. The icecream waffles are selfmade. The icecream was so big we only ate some soup as ...
... over became increasingly clear.
We had the afternoon off, so we decided to walk around the city for a few hours to check out some of the local sights before our farewell party that evening. We visited Fredrikskyrkan Church, situated on Stortorget, the main square in the city centre. We then toured an art museum and walked along the waterfront. And we had to stop by an ...
... innovations in health care. James started the day by visiting a Rotary club with his host Per Ståhl. Afterwards Per, Commander in the Swedish Navy, gave James a tour of the shipyard and offices before having lunch at the Officer's Mess. In the afternoon they toured a vocational training school where students learned boatmaking skills by building their own skiffs to sail. Jenna went to the Neurology ward in the Blekinge Hospital then ...