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... 8221; – an ovoid of short standing stones with taller stones at both ends symbolizing bow and stern. This would have been laid down around the year 1000 – after Christianity made the flaming send-offs no longer acceptable. The burial ground extended
more than a quarter mile along the road and, combined with the cool wind/cloudy day, very atmospheric.
We continued along the road, noticing the frequent signs saying “LOPPIS” ...
Today we went to Karlskrona because the weather forecast wasn't that good, so we decided not to hire a kayak or canoe. We went to the Marinemuseum and we went to the Stortorget to get a nice icecream. The icecream waffles are selfmade. The icecream was so big we only ate some soup as ...
... tiny houses and narrow cobbled streets. This was the only part of the town left standing when it was taken over by the Norwegians. We had our special Swedish all inclusive lunch at a Greek restaurant.
We called in to see the cathedral which has just finished extensive renovations and it was beautifully done. A huge church inside all painted in fresh white, and a lovely combination of old features from the original town cathedral and some modern ...
... s been a beautiful still and very warm day - perfect for the beach. The water wasn't terribly cold either. Decided to drive back to the street to an Orland ice cream shop for a treat then back home via the supermarket. Ulf bought us another Swedish specialty - spicy pork balls covered in potato & flour covering that are boiled. Served with Lingon berries - these are served with lots of Swedish dishes - a sour red berry liquified with sugar. Then cold meat and salad with melon. Very ...
... the water in ice.
Back towards the main road we stopped to walk through the kings hunting forrest - about a 3km walk under a forest of oak trees. Slow progress with Peter stopping regularly to photograph the many windflowers. By the time we got back to the car it was 6.00 so time to head home.
Sat out the front of our cabin to enjoy the last of the warm sunny day and enjoyed some chicken and salad for ...