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As we travel across Sweden on our train, it has started to snow. It is coming down sideways and is heavy at some points. We are cosy inside. I think we are the only ones excited by the glimpse of the snow out the windows... Half way to Malmo the snow is thicker and making the forests of Christmas trees look just perfect. It is exciting to see the first snow in our European holiday. The little villages along the way look cold and isolated though and I am unsure how they ...
... Our little breakfast was served with piping hot coffee at tables with old fashioned lamps. It was both simple, fresh and delicious. Beats airline food any day! We are in a cabin and sharing with an older man (now sleeping in the corner) and a young pregnant woman (Don checked with me she is not expected to go into labour during the trip. I reassured him she is about 32 weeks so odds ...
Now the trip has started. Had a big bowl of porridge topped with cinnamon this morning. Fixed up the rest in the apartment before I left. At this very moment I'm on the train heading towards Stockholm. Staying two days, visiting friends before leaving the country. Feels good leaving home the same day the first snow arrives. I'm excited for all of ...
... is pretty, lots of trees, mainly conifers. We stop for lunch in Norrkoping, pronounced Nor-shopping, a city of 100,000 souls, large mills and a dam. Formerly a center for textile manufacture, it is now a college town; the only evidence of any activity that we saw, other than eating of course, was a heavily promoted Titanic exhibit next to the tourist bureau.
Before checking in at our hotel, we decide to explore nearby Granna, a pretty beach ...
Mapping out a route north, we headed off through the country side, enjoying the rich forest scenery. Although hearing there are 300,000 Mooses in Sweden, with 12 to 15 traffic accidents involving them every day. We hoped not to meet one on the road and decided to take the easier option in spoting them and went to a moosepark. The enclosures are set just as they would be in the forest, and it up ...