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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The team started Monday morning off with a bang at the Ängelholm Rönne Rotary Club 7:30 breakfast meeting. We had a great time having breakfast with the club members and our host families. We also were happy to see a familiar face: Dan from the outbound Swedish team. After saying goodbye, we headed off for our second ...
... small 2 to 3 room house. During hard times, I can see why parts of families decided to come to the United States in search of a better life, or to avoid spending the winter with their nine siblings in a tiny house...eek! :) After taking a look around, we had fika with waffles in one of the larger historical buildings. This was followed by lunch (Thai food!) and a sad farewell to our hosts and ...
... our friends John & Lynne Ladd, who spend several weeks a year in Hawaii and when they’re there, read a lot, recommended a children’s / young adult trilogy by Suzanne Collins called Hunger Games – a cracking yarn and one we thoroughly enjoyed/are enjoying) when we watched a Dragon called 'Draco’ come in. A Dragon is a Danish trimaran, distinguished by the fact that you can fold the outer two hulls in, thereby making the boat narrower and thus ...
... how it really was. But then there were also my friend Kristina, who lives in San Jose in a pretty big house with her husband and their daughter. In the backyard they had a big pool with a grotto and jacuzzi and while we were sitting there, eating strawberries in the sun. It all felt very nice. The leafs of palms in the garden were waveing in slowly in the air and you could hear someone working on their house nearby. Knowing we couldn't stay long I felt a faint feeling of ...
... at how fast we had gotten into the countryside and how scenic it was. I started to meet people as they arrived and was pleased to find quite a few guys my age. Everyone already knew me so it was funny meeting everyone because they were all excited to meet 'the American'. Everyone was really friendly and spoke English well. I shared a tent with a guy named Mikael from Sweden, and we decided on our spot and set up our tent and unpacked. Our camp overlooked a lake and the ...