Hotel Vidöstern Värnamo (IBIS)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the city. But there are a few differences here. Family means everyone and the house is a 1780's farmhouse in the middle of a pine forest and farmland. The house has had many refits in its over 200 year life but the core of the house, being cellar and kitchen, show the solid build of stone and hand cut logs. The most recent owners have added double glazing, plumbing and electricity. It was very comfortable for the 10 ...
... again. Internet on board was a distraction as chatted with Willow, James and Sharon. Forests interspersed with pretty, small lakes. Two women opposite me talked non-stop the whole way from Stockholm to Copenhagen. I would have gone mad except being in a different language I could tune out !! However when I was worried about where I was stopping, they helped me in English! We went over the longest Nordic bridge. At the station a nice young man helped me down with my suitcase. Found ...
... cart around and ride back. Of course you can stop whenever you like and explore the forest or lakes and also to swap rider and passenger of course. Peter managed to give me most of the up hill sections! Great fun and a little bit of much needed exercise to counteract that chocolate cake.
Home then to call in to say hello to Ulf's mum and to give her the bag that I made for her. Ulf's dad is still in hospital so they were heading off to visit ...
... for supplies and after some interesting navigating between Pia and Peter trying his hand at map reading and not knowing Swedish for left and right, we eventually made it to our accomodation. We are in a cute little red summer house cabin (one of half a dozen spaced around a man made lake on a farm. We could have swum in the lake and it felt quite warm, but didn't bring the togs.
After tea we went for a walk ...
... are very hard to catch.
We drove to Geslaved the near by town where Pia works to go to the pharmacy, the bank and the supermarket. Pia bought some fish for tea - salmon, herring and some sauces as well. We headed home for lunch, then returned back at 3.00 for a very special annual day for the community - the prom parade. Couples in their finery paraded up the length of the Main Street with many people watching and offering ...