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... make their skyline memorable after their previous iconic big thing, a shipyard crane, was demolished. What this says about Malmo we’ll leave you to decide. We opted to drive the coastal route, scenic but slower than the expressway, particularly behind campervans and weren't there a lot of them! Our first detour took us to Trelleborgen, where we found a reconstructed quarter of a Viking ring fort which was originally on the site. Of course, there had been a ...
We're in Kalmar for a few days, en route to Trelleborg where we'll get the ferry to Rostock in Germany. Kalmar has been a delightful surprise, a lovely town with it's greatest claim to fame being Kalmar Castle, which has been around in some shape or form since 1180. In 1397 the Kalmar Union was signed inside the castle, the Union was the first formal agreement between, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. It was initiated by Queen Margaret whose intention was to ...
... miles would be a significant chunk out of the total distance to cover.
We were expecting a F5-6 SW-W wind. This strength is ideal for passage-making, if it is not in your face. The alignment of the coast here is essentially SSW and so, everything depended upon the amount of west we would get in the forecast SW-W wind, the more west the better, we could lay a straight line course to Sandhamn if ...
There were no surprises, it was a cool, windy morning and my naiive hopes that the forecasters had got it wrong were dashed – they were on the money. So there was nothing for it other than find things to do.
After coffee, we paid a visit to the KalmarCounty Museum housed in what was once Sweden's largest steam powered grain mill, specifically to see the artefacts salvaged from the ship Kronan but also to see whatever else they had on show – after all we like ...
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, ...