Mollosunds Wardshus

Kyrkvagen, 9, Bohuslän, West Coast, 474 12 , Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kyrkvagen, 9, Bohuslän.
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Travel Blogs from Bohuslän

The Kingdom of Crystal and the Emigrants' Path

A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 21, 2014

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It has been a busy day for the GSE team! We started out bright and early from Växjö with our expert guides for a trip to the Kingdom of Crystal and on to the Emigrants Path.

The Kingdom of Crystal is the informal name given to the area near Växjö that is historically known for its glass production. The area currently has at least 12 glassworks, from small one-person operations to larger companies. The team stopped at Kosta, ...

Back from Break: GSE in Vaxjo!

A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 19, 2014

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The GSE team returned from break today with our first official day touring Vaxjo! We began with a fascinating walking tour of the city that included ranged from a trendy new hotel/restaurant to historic architecture punctuated by the double-spired awe-inspiring Vaxjo Cathedral. Like many Swedish cities we have visited, Vaxjo traces its roots back to centuries before the United States became a nation. It was striking to see how a ...

Mid-Tour Rest

A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 18, 2014

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The GSE team was on mid-tour rest May 17 - 18. We slept a lot, shopped a bit and had the chance to relax and catch up with Karin, Dan and Vibeke from the Swedish GSE team. Other than the rain, it was a fantastic break in the action.

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Glass, Clogs, and More

A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 09, 2014

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... they take old glass bottles from various sources, such as alcohol, condiments, or beauty products, and reheat them to create something beautiful and unique! It really is a special place, and I think we all enjoyed it. Although some of us may need to invest in an additional suitcase for the flight home! Jimmi, being a business developer in the area, decided we needed to stray from the original itinerary ...

Experiencing Åseda

A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 08, 2014

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... can specify how they want their house to look.

Our next stop was Granhult, the oldest church in Sweden (the oldest parts of the church have been dated to the 1220s). After taking a little break for fika, including delicious homemade baked goods, we were given a tour of the church and grounds. The wooden structure and separate bell tower was amazing to behold. The local community is proud to take care of the church and ...