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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... The Hotel Gyllene Uttern (Golden Otter) has four stars all of which must have been earned by its setting which is lovely. Almost everything else leaves something to be desired; we are hopeful that dinner will be good enough to compensate for all that lacks. Fortunately, we are here only one night.
In fact, dinner-caviar, followed by Arctic char and Swedish cheesecake is first-rate. Plus, the room is beautiful and sunset over Lake Vattern is ...
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 ...
We spent the morning doing washing, which was getting quite urgent, before walking 45 minutes along the lake into Jonkoping. It was a really warm day and the lake was so clear you could see the rocks on the bottom a few meters out from shore. Making it into town we then walked along the lake to where Joe used to live in Vilhelmsro, along the same path he took to ...
... pizza and pasta place where Katrina and I split an "Africa" pizza - rather, my half was African with the ham, pineapples and bananas while Katrina's was a safari-less Canadian with ham only. We aren't sure the actual purpose but there were blankets on every seat, perhaps to sit on or lay on your lap? Not for fort-making, I sadly presume.
Towards the end of conversation, the topic of geocaching ...