BEST WESTERN Royal Corner Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
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Today we caught the train from Denmark to Sweden. So that means going over the famous Bridge. In the middle of the Bridge is the border between Denmark and Sweden where the opening scenes of the TV series called The Bridge was filmed. The train took us to Alvesta where we changed to go on to Rydaholm to be driven the last 7 km into the forest.
The idea of a summerhouse is nothing new. In summer, take the family and ...
Woke early. Packed and downstairs for breakfast by 8:00. Secreted away boiled eggs, turkey slices and butter for the journey. Paid up and waiting for James in foyer by 9:00. Bittersweet to see him. Lovely taxi driver and at station in 8 mins. No traffic except for taxis. They have something working in this city. I was so pleased to have James as there was a bit of suitcase pulling and 2 sets of stairs to lug it up !!!! Gave him a very tearful hug goodbye. He stood and waved me off ...
Efter fyra års sparande av semesterdagar och ett antal timmars planering går vi på tåget i Växjö för att tillbringa sex veckor på andra sidan jorden. Första anhalten blir Hilton på Kastrups flygplats. Efter en förhoppningsvis god natts sömn tar vi flyget via Heathrow till Singapore. Ni är välkomna att hänga med på resan, att kommentera och informera oss om väder och ...
... time. Some areas of Sweden lost nearly half of their residents. We stopped at a couple of places along the Emigrants' Path, while learning more about emigration and the Moberg novels. Our final stop was in Linneryd, the area from which one of the team's relatives emigrated.
Our evening was equally exciting as we had the opportunity to meet up with the Växjö Rotaract Club, including Karin from the Swedish GSE team, for ...
... Bishop still lives in part of the house, but part is available for events.
We had a brief tour before being greeted by a lovely surprise: an a cappella group from a nearby high school came and sang for us! One of the Rotary members who has been working with our team knows the director, who is actually originally from Duluth, though he has lived in Sweden for many years. The group ...