Comfort Hotel Jonkoping
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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It was a pleasant drive from Stockholm to Jonkoping, the site for the family reunion. The land was quite flat on leaving Stockholm but turned into lovely rolling hills along the way. Jonkoping is located on a very large lake with an island in the middle.,When we arrived at the hotel my relative Erik and his wife met us in the lobby. We went from …
... a large Cesar salad, while Jude had a ham flan, although the menu claimed it was a pie, but still good none the less.
Back on the road we fuelled up the Citroen at Vaxjo. That along with lunch and the bakery stop suggest Sweden is dearer than Denmark.
We had plenty of time to do the last 100 kms, so we selected the "shortest" rote to Eksjo off the Sat. Nav. That soon took us off Highway 23 onto a "yellow" road - similar to any tarmac rural road in NZ, although ...
... Helene and their girls Olivia and Felicia. They were absolutely amazing hosts! We felt like we were apart of their family and we appreciate their generous hospitality. Some of our favorite experiences while traveling have been cooking with our hosts. That couldn’t be truer than in Sweden. Both Helene and Bo are fabulous chefs and each meal was delicious. Luke was even known to lick his plate on an occasion or two. Not ...
... 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 ...
... 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.