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June 30, 2009

Go hide in Scandinavia

Fancy getting away from it all:  Try these little hiding places in Scandinavia.

Our Louise loves the idea fo this hotel near Stockholm - it is in the middle of a lake and you  have to sail to get there.  It's called Utter Inn.

Utter-inn-sweden


Jonas likes the idea of getting away from it all in this beautiful Lighthouse hotel in Norway - and Henrik would love to stay in theis fancy pancy igloo in Finland.

KakslauttanenHotelandIglooVillage


MoljaLighthouse

Denmark didn't have any unusual hotels, so Bronte got in a bit of a huff, but she did say that if you ever get stuck about 7 KM south-west outside Slagelse on Zealand in Denmark, you can waste the time waiting for the next bus by visiting Trelleborg, the site of an old Viking fortress.  There's not much there now, except some sheep and a few huts (not the real ones, dummy).    Potential hotel?

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I think I've been in Trelleberg many years ago. There are some lovely places in Lollandto visit. Wish I could go and visit anywhere in Denmark :)

That should of course have read Trelleborg,blame the typist.

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