BEST WESTERN Vrigstad Wardshus Hotell & Konferens
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... hefty toll with the credit card and were in Malmo.
Our detsination Eksjo is a forestry and farming service town about half way on the diagonal between Malmo and Stockholm.
As soon as we could we got off the motorway and headed up a red road, equivalent to our state highways. Soon the rolling crop lands gave way to increasing numbers of trees and lakes.
Like Finland, Sweden has 1000s of lakes of varying sizes, created during the last ice age.
By lunchtime we went ...
... a very special week for us with the Holmlinds. We went to Bo’s cabin on Lake Vättern and had fika with his mom and brother in Tidaholm where he grew up. Next, we traveled to the south west coast for a few days at Helene’s cabin near Falconberg. We celebrated midsummer with her family and friends there and had a wonderful time walking on the beach, playing the Swedish game Kubb, collecting flowers, dancing and ...
... years ago our families were reunited. We have been looking forward to visiting Sweden and now that we are finally here, we are so happy to spend time together again!
Coincidently, when Bo was in Chicago thirty years ago, I was studying in Jonkoping. In some ways it feels like yesterday and in other ways it feels like a lifetime ago. It was my junior year in college and I went on a seven month exchange program to Södra ...
... attraction as it was worth seeing, as often there is little distinction in the guide books about how worthy an attraction is for a visit. I guess they can't be preferential but sometimes we go out of our way to see something that was hardly worth the drive.
We went off route to the Gota Canal, opened in 1832 to provide transport for iron and timber between ...
... hot air balloon. We had a pleasant afternoon coffee at a hilltop restaurant there. Then we returned to Maria's for dinner and to spend the night. Thanks to all the family that made us feel very welcome and especially to Maria for being the host and to Erik who I contacted in Dubai. Thankfully Erik realized who I was in the email and put things in motion for us to attend the ...