Hotel Vidöstern Värnamo (IBIS)
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In all of our driving we have been looking out for moose but with no luck, so first stop this morning was The Moose Park. Paid our entry and wandered around the perimeter fence of the 6,000 sq mt enclosure. We saw a couple of female cows back in the bushes, but then our luck changed as we came across a cow and her calf. The cow stood for ages in the middle of a small dam quite close to the fence, while the calf ate at a trough. Then mum got out of ...
... Of course we arranged for them to be shipped home as there is definitely no room in the luggage.
By this time the afternoon was getting on and we still had quite a distance to travel, so even though it would have been good to stop at some of the other glass businesses in the area, we had run ourselves out of time. Eventually we arrived at Kalmar, and crossed the high bridge to Orland. Another 25km then we stopped at ...
Slept in after our busy month and early start yesterday. Enjoyed a lovely breakfast and then got ready to head into town. Peter was fascinated by the little circular mounds of dirt on the front lawn - Ulf explained that they are made by 'mullvad' - Swedish word for a mole. They tunnel under the lawn and even if you spread the dirt they just tunnel up again the next night. We had a look at a picture in a book - quite cute really, but Ulf ...
... by Pia and Ulf waving their Australian flag.
We drove out of the city and stopped at an important historical site for Sweden where there was a Medieval Castle that has been restored and fitted out to show a representation of this period in Sweden's history. Pia & Ulf had packed a picnic lunch and we sat on our picnic rug looking over a lovely ...
Our last day of tour involved heading out from Heidelberg with our first stop in the Rhine Vally for a river cruise on the Rhine. The bus dropped us off and we spent about an hour cruising along,viewing the wooded banks and several villages along the way. Several castles were also visible from the river and in one spot we could see three at the same time. Very pleasant.
Back onto the coach then and off up ...