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... floor which is still in use today for washing and rinsing carpets, etc. It was built in 1857. The old town has some lovely old timber houses. We then parked up near the castle, we had trouble finding parking on the street and hoped that the man on a bike in front of us waving to his left was indicating parking, he was. A nice parking spot next to an immaculately kept burial ground adjacent to the castle. We settled for a few outside shots of the castle, as we just ...
... which lies in the middle of the strait. The crossing of the strait is completed by a 4 km (2.5-mile) underwater tunnel, called the Drogden Tunnel, from Peberholm to the Danish island of Amager. The term Øresund
Bridge often includes this tunnel.
The Øresund Bridge is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe, and connects two major metropolitan areas: Copenhagen, the Danish capital ...
... de Söderköping, a wooden "tower" outside the Church of Söderköping/St. Lawrence's Church.
The Göta Canal (Swedish: Göta kanal) is a Swedish canal constructed in the early 19th century. It formed the backbone of a waterway stretching some 382 miles (614 km), linking a number of lakes and rivers to provide a route from Gothenburg (Swedish:Göteborg) on the west coast to Söderköping on the Baltic Sea via the river Göta ...
... helped ourselves to the bread, cheese & cereals. Plenty of choices on offer, just had to work out what part of breakfast you have the bread & cheese. It is polite to have it before cereal or after? Or, do you have either bread or cereal? Neither of us knew so we had generous helpings of both!
We paid our bill and left our bags in the reception area and headed off to the shops to find Corinne some "Danish ...
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, ...