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... been left standing along the waterfront. Out in the sea stands a historic castle surrounded by a great mote bridged to the town. Much of the castle has been turned into a museum which we toured from the king's audience chamber, elaborate monarch attires, huge tapestries and portraits, to the men's dungeon and women's prison below, complete with creepy equipment and example photography of affected people. Charly & Olof took us out to Öland Island with ...
... picturesque village but no indication of glass blowing, even though the map said there was a stop here! So we turned off the main road and drove into the tiny town of Boda. We stopped and toured the museum, watched a glass blower make a large goblet and bought a cute purple vase. Hope it gets home ok. Driving some more we made it to Kosta where one of the first glassworks had been established in an old iron foundry. After finding a park we went into the iitalia ...
... there would be a whole lot more here.
Long John was quite impressive and we had a cold drink at his foot as we decided not to climb the 197 steps to see the view, knowing that we needed or energies to pedal home. I am pleased to report that we overtook a couple that were probably half our ages and on proper bikes to boot, so we’re not ageing too badly! At times, in first gear, we were probably just about managing a fast ...
We went to the glass factories today. We started in Nybro at Pukeberg (I know we giggled about that name too...it's really pronounced 'pook-a-burg') Glassworks (or glasbruks in Swedish.) This is a small glass factory with a museum and shop. There was no work happening because it was Sunday, so we will stop again for a short time tomorrow. We made a circle, stopping at Orrefors and Kosta. These were larger businesses. Kosta started in 1742, ...
We rented a car in Malmo and started northeast through Skane. Lots of farms at first, then more forested country, lots of trees and lakes. The land started to look like Minnesota and Ontario, saw more and more moose crossing signs (elk to the Swedes.) We went to Hasselholm and Hastaveda. Kaye's mother-in-law, Helen's mother came from this small village. We think the name Hastaveda ...