Eating and Sleeping in Goteborg Sweden

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Goteborg Restaurants Our time in Goteborg Sweden was short. As such we only had a chance to eat at 2 Goteborg restaurants. Fiskekrogen, is one of the city’s premier stops for its local food—West Coast fish and shellfish. We settled for an abbreviate sampling of three of the restaurant’s local dishes: a creamy lobster bisque [Read more …]

Goteborg Sweden: A City of Neighborhoods and Parks

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Gotenborg Sweden has a number of interesting neighborhoods that merit some exploration. Exiting the market takes you to the edge of Haga, one of the more interesting (at least to us). Built in the mid-17th century, it is the oldest neighborhood in the city. Although most of the buildings are the same type of nondescript [Read more …]

Goteborg Sweden

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The next stop on our journey was Goteborg, aka Gothenburg, Sweden’s second largest city with about 500,000 people. Although the city was created around its harbor, its life (or at least the little of that we found during the vacation month of July) was more inland around the center of the city, by Kungsparken and [Read more …]