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Driving from Stockholm to Skelleftea

Where are the best places to stop?

sarahgash
post 1.Mar.2013, 08:44 PM
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Looking for tips on interesting places to stop on the drive North, are the roads allright?
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PDX
post 1.Mar.2013, 09:16 PM
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Location: Stockholm
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The Casino in Sundsvall should be fine rolleyes.gif

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Clarabow
post 1.Mar.2013, 09:46 PM
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Location: Västernorrland
Joined: 20.Nov.2010

Harnosand and visit the golden gate bridge of the north
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sarahgash
post 3.Mar.2013, 10:47 AM
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Casino could be risky!! Golden gate bridge sounds good. Is there any diving or snorkelling on the coast or is it too icy?
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trumanshow
post 3.Mar.2013, 09:53 PM
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Sundsvall is a nice place to spend a few hours. We/they are very proud of their/our stone town. Bonhamn is very beautiful, in fact you cant go wrong on the Hoge Kusten. there is a great walk up a cliff but i cant remember the name of it. Kramfors is worth a visit if you want to be reminded that where you live can't possibly be the worst place in Sweden. Ornskoldsvik is not very exciting, although the ski jump is quite impressive. Unfortunately for most of that journey beyond Uppsala it is pretty much trees and fairly dull towns.
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