BEST WESTERN Vrigstad Wardshus Hotell & Konferens
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... the hunting season.
The lakes in the region are wonderful and people flock to the are to swim and sit in the sun. I was told the water was just right but ... still cold by my standards. There were large patches of waterlilies in flower too just like a Monet.
W spend the week eating exploring and sleeping. It was a great chance for family to catch up and for me as a newcomer to get to be introduced.
... for, to get away from the main routes to see some delightful countryside, with the farms and small villages sprinkled through the forest. The best driving we have had on the trip so far. I can thoroughly recommend the road through Tolg and Asa up to Landsbro.
All too soon we were in Eskjo checking in at an old hotel to get the key for our address several hundred metres away and then as the weather has been playing ball all day, to the picnic "dinner" of bread rolls at the local ...
... to Sweden, Helen introduced him to her best friend Helene and Bo introduced Helen to his best friend Peter. Bo married Helene and Peter married the other Helen and they live in the same neighborhood and are still great friends to this day. We enjoyed a delicious fika smorgasbordout in the country and a lovely dinner at Helen and Peter's home. We really enjoyed spending time with all of them together.
... 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 ...
... a place that has more cars than its roads can cope with. It was a little chaotic getting to our hostel, as the GPS could not find it. There were road works too, and bus only lanes that seem to start and stop in ways that unwary travellers can find hard to escape. But we finally found it. On a cliff and out of sight. But we were home. Well, for four days anyway.