FIRST HOTEL WITT
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
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... conservation, the entire Europe and Israel that we saw have two buttons to flush the toilets, usually one larger than the other or half and full moon characters designation. Smart and logical we thinks. We know some people in the States have the tilt forward or back handles. Here the function is obvious and pervasive. On our last night Olof cooked us a traditional Swedish dinner with veggies from Charly's garden, pickled sweet potatoes, moose meatballs (you heard ...
... about hordes, there were a steady stream of people tramping each way, babies in strollers, kids, oldies with sticks, the lot. The stones were great, super neat if only people would take their photos and get out of the way so others can do the same! We had a good look; the stones are set on an equinox alignment so the mid winter and midsummer sunrise comes up over the heel and head stones. At least the walk back was down hill all the way, past lounging sheep and ...
... access, I could presumably be anywhere on the continent doing just about anything. Creepy.
Anyhow, we hiked up to Copenhagen’s central train station one more time and boarded our train to Kalmar, Sweden. Not knowing anything about the various rail options and the impact of those choices, I tended for reserved seats in first class carriage – not from an exclusivity perspective, but rather being able to cancel and reschedule if the need ...
Explored what may be Sweden's most striking, historically-significant building: bay-and-moat-ringed Kalmar Castle
- 56.658025,16.355507. As we toured the castle's interior and beautiful
grounds, we learned about Sweden's 16th-century struggle for
independence from the Danes. Then, to reach Copenhagen, we drove across
the awe-inspiring five-mile Íresund bridge and tunnel connecting Sweden ...
... soon telling ourselves that we would be in Kalmar in record time. Huh, what fools.
There was no hint in the forecast of the fact that the wind was set to disappear but it certainly did and once again, with about 20 miles to go, we had to pull in the sails and motor, passing determined sailor types wallowing in 0 wind and with flapping sails. Frankly I don’t understand them, as it is deeply annoying when the sails bang and flap and you ...