CITY HOTEL, Familjen Ericsson
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... 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 ...
... was comfortable and light hearted. Max was joining in the banter and his comedic moments have been aplenty. This was a memory making moment for sure. I must say we are getting better at the packup and getting down the stairs with our baggage. Even at the train stations. We are all more comfortable with our roles and expectations. This is a big trip and I honestly think we are doing very ...
We had breakfast at the hotel and then walked to the match museum in Jonkoping. The match industry was the major industry in town for many years. It was an international company with plants all over the world. Now it is a museum. The city of Jonkoping is very pleasant and has many well preserved buildings. It is situated on the southern tip of the lake and has sandy beaches and ...
... to Maria's house to meet the rest of the family. Turns out I have quite a few relatives in Sweden. The annual reunion for the "Sweden" part of the family started 5 years ago and rotates to different family locations. Almost all of the family were there. There were 24 adults and 10 children. We had a real downpour in the middle of ...
... I assume from a local club, would play matches against each other. It was quite nice to see how enthusiastic they were, also they did the same during the rugby matches I saw in Canberra.
In the end Jönköping's team didn't win, but I still had a lot of fun. It didn't even matter that half the time I didn't even understand what it was that was going on or that I didn't know any of the rules. It was a lovely experience.