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Arrival at Helinsborg by bus from Copenhagen on Swebus for only 10 Euro. Met Ulf and Margareta there and Ulf treated us to a lovely lunch in his golf club after showing us the sites in the area. An impressive harbour and quaint fishingvillages. Later we drove to Margereta's home town of Varberg, another town on the coast about 2-3 hours north. She kindly gave us a room
she had at the ...
This weekend we are spending time on the west coast of Sweden.
John, Lars' oldest son arrived from Miami a few days ago and yesterday we picked him up in Söderköping on our way to Halmstad and Haverdal. We are staying with Margareta and Ulrika before Ullis returns to Sarasota. We are also going to visit Ulla in Halmstad and hope to see Abbe while we´re ...
... a restaurant in one of the oldest buildings in Halmstad (built in 1700s), followed by a fascinating tour of the Halmstad Castle! Besides having an interesting history, Halmstad Castle is remarkable as it is still in use today as an official building.
We were then forced to say goodbye (or see you later) to our wonderful hosts as we left ...
Our first day of vocational visits went very well, and we all learned a great deal about the similarities and differences between our two countries in our individual fields. Lori spent the morning at Halmstad's Municipal Center and met with their communications department. Sonya was also there that afternoon to meet with the municipality's human resources department. Both Sonya and Lori later learned about the municipality's government and political structure. In the morning, ...
As promised, the GSE team did indeed hit the ground running today. Our first stop was Wapnö Estate, the site of Wapnö Castle and currently a large agricultural company known for its dairy production. The original castle was destroyed by fire in 1733, but a new one was built on the same site, making use of the medieval moat.
We were given a tour of the old buildings, as well as ...