First Hotel Christian IV
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... this (18:00) is that we try to make it 'round the corner’ ie sail past Simrishamn to the point of Sweden where the land curves westwards, towards Ystad. There is a harbour about 9 miles east of Ystad called Kåseberga and that is where we hope to make. This is then a good dropping off point for Denmark and if we succeed in doing that on Monday, we’d be back on schedule. Given the gearbox issue, we are more than usually dependent upon the wind so fingers are very firmly ...
... to meet as well.
The party was held at the beautiful Cehlin's Vingård. The atmosphere and scenery was perfect, as was the food and company. The only downside was that we had to say goodbye to District 2400 and all of the wonderful people that we met along the way.
Saturday May 31st was our last official day in Sweden as the GSE team. Elin, Jenna and Sonya grabbed an ...
... of eel into the wetland area of the nature center. We were told that the royal family places a high priority on nature preservation and youth education, so this was a fitting event to demonstrate their commitment to these values.
After a quick stop at the tourist store, we parted ways to settle in and continue the celebration with our new host families. Happy 400th birthday, Kristianstad!
We head off from the hotel in an Easterly direction toward the Swedish border. The Oresund Bridge connects Denmark to Sweden and the bridge runs nearly 8 km (5 miles) from the Swedish coast to the artificial island Peberholm, which lies in the middle of the strait. The remainder of the link is by tunnel from Peberholm to the Danish island Amager. The Øresund Bridge is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe, and connects two ...
... thought process about checking the furnace, the animals, the lights, then calling Ebbe to see if she had felt it too. At the time Ebbe was on a train back from Stockholm, so really any shake they train made could have been the tremor, she’ll never know. She’s quite disappointed; this may have been her only chance to live through an earthquake.
They have three dogs, all of them smaller than Dinah. Two are father and son, and the hierarchy is ...