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A Bicycle Tour Of Northern Sweden And Finland And Norway

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A Bicycle Tour Of Northern Sweden And Finland And Norway
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9781301235810
Number of pages: 114

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This travelogue is a collection of my notes from a bicycle tour in northern Sweden, Finland and Norway in the summer 2013. It is written like a diary of my 2 month journey in the land of midnight sun and mosquitoes. The contents is compiled from my blog and can be read as information about bicycle touring or traveling in northern Scandinavia in general.

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