Hotel Aveny Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... she works with is stored. There were amazing bits and pieces from old stations and trains, like telegraph machines, train seats, post boxes, stamps and seals, chamber pots, weighing scales and, my personal favourite, heaps of beautiful old cases, boxes and trunks.
An excellent day was topped off by having an afternoon tea of icecream and strawberries with two more of Emelie's friends back at her place. The only dampener on the day was the liquorice and chilli icecream. ...
... we peeked into a workshop and found a v8 6.1 litre dodge challenger with 24 inch wheels and twin turbo - outrageous but great fun. Oh these crazy swedes Found a beautiful lake which led into the sea to relax by, trouble was it was 5 km on a gravel road. The boys enjoyed it so much we went off roading for about 20 km so we were riding in the forest on gravel roads. I now know why the swedes are so good at Rallying - all the roads apart from the main ones ...
... of other bikes - managing to avoid the cyclist who cut up us on the metal ramp getting on the ferry. Was a scary moment on a wet metal ramp going into the ferry. Trine packed us up some sandwiches and Danish pastries so we found a picnic bench on the boat and enjoyed brunch. From nowhere a couple with dog appeared and sat with us. Guess who the German couple worked for - yep Vodafone - he was at ...
... spot, more like a lay-by, 20 metres from the E4 which is full of traffic. Some picnic spots or motorway service areas charge for an overnight spot often up to 300 SEK and they are not the best! This place is OK, other folk are here but also noisy though free. All the facilities a motorhomers needs are available though. A long day with 12 hours on the road, except for stops of course, but what one would expect when heading up to the edge of the Arctic ...
... I DIDN'T KNOW SWEDEN HAD AN ARCHIPELAGO (for you dingbats: An archipelago (i/ɑrkɨˈpɛlə 609;oʊ/ ark-i-pel-ə-goh), sometimes called an island group, is a chain or cluster of islands.) ! In fact I feel so stupid for not knowing this as this is a big part of Sweden. Everyone who's anyone and anyone who's everyone, uses these as a summer escape (dating right back to the 1800s) some have summer houses, tents and some ...