Breda Blick Hotell
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... between five and seven story high. The best preserved and most complete of these medieval warehouses is the 'Old Pharmacy' on Strandgatan, with vaulted rooms on the ground and top floors, a latrine cellar, a medieval well, and original surrounds on doors, windows, and apertures. In the eastern part of the town, within the walls and below the cliff, the medieval vegetable plots were built over in the 1740s with small wooden houses of horizontal plank ...
... from the cruise line or from Rick Steves, so we headed to the Tourist Information office first, a short walk from the pier. There we picked up a map and some suggestions for a walking tour.
We walked through some narrow streets admiring the medieval houses and through what they called the Botanical Garden, but it was really just a park with some flower beds. Given the northern climate, it wasn’t all that impressive. ...
... This garden dates back to 1855 and is rich with exotic plants, bird life and stunning flower displays.
We continued our exploration stopping to view several beautiful church ruins within the heritage site. It was lovely to walk within their walls and feel the history under our feet while peering skyward. We made our way to the town square and museum where we had a great coffee and snack. Jan ...
... of Denmark. Princess Eugenie had tuberculosis and was told by her doctor to go and live somewhere temperate, and Gotland fit the description well.
After our coffee break, we continued up a cliff side to Högklint, a lovely park with a view of the port. We then went back down to the city for lunch at Bolaget, a delicious little restaurant. Just beside our table a flash mob appeared, riding in on bicycles and singing beautifully.
The third and final night I am there has the fire show, after which I must leave at 3am. ugh. Ferry, bus, bus, plane, bus, tram, tram to my hostel in Helsinki, but for now a delicious cheap bag of Rekorderlig. I spent 100 Swedish crowns ($15au) and get 2L of crazy flavours and 1L of 7.5%, eat your heart out Rhian.
Sitting on the hill waiting for the fire show, I make friends with some Gotland locals and Christoffer ...