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... our trip straight in our minds. To help us out, Katie has been creating a historic time line and adding the important dates, people, and events from all the places we have visited...from prehistoric cave art to the events on the Normandy Coast in France.
Now, after visiting Paris and Versailles where she learned about Louis XVI, saw the jail cell of Marie Antionette, toured the Army museum and learned about World War I ...
... to be outdoors.
We were surprised by the massive Vadstena Slott at Vadstena also on Lake Vattern (which is a very long lake). Built in 1545 as a fortress to ward off the Danes it is solid and in excellent condition. It has living quarters in one of the walls and a large open area inside which these days is used for music and theatre productions. We were surprised ...
... houses warm... Don and I have had the loveliest time in the dining car where miniature bottles of Merlot and large bottles of Czech beer are sold at a very reasonable price. Again the service is amazing and the scenery and setting from another world...loving this train travel across Europe already. Even the toilets are better than any airplane toilet...that's another story! Awaiting our stop for Malmo soon. The whole of Sweden is just a revisit of the Ikea catalogue ...
We are currently on our train from Stockholm to Copenhagen. We are on a regional train to Malmo and then quick change into Copenhagen for the final half hour. We are on the Hogwarts express for sure. Our first class tickets gave us a free breakfast in the dining cart. Train travel is from another time. A great time where the pace is slower and the seats are comfortable. I love this ...
... it from the seabed 30 metres at the bottom of the port. The detail and the fact that 90% of it is original is difficult to comprehend when you are standing there in the museum looking at it. What an interesting story in determination and commitment to history. I would have needed a lot of rum to stay warm in those days...don't think I was built for the 1600's ...