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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... drove. They are a short hike from the restaurant in a beautiful wooded area with a view of a large lake. Yes, this is on my bucket list now so I will start saving!
On the way back from the tree hotel we saw a reindeer - my first! He was on the side of the road and was kind enough to pose for me before running off.
We had fika at Siev's and dinner at Carina's. At 10:30 it ...
... many of the other exchange students had arrived so we were entertained by all of the crazy Swedish students who were crowd surfing, starting party lines, and making the whole roof shake. It wasn't until some of the other exchange students arrived that we were able to fully enjoy ourselves. It's incredible, because we see each other everyday, but you really do not know someone until you've seen them let loose and dance. May I add that Swedish night clubs play much ...
... Lutheran Church. At the afternoon service, they asked me to have a message; it was a privilege to bring greetings from America. I also spoke of the greetings that our late brother Hans had sent with me. I'll not be able to bring back greetings to him now, but it is my desire to greet him again one day in Glory...
... Sweden back to Denmark - so this would probably be enough. Thus we had decided to miss this part of the schedule and proceed directly from Narvik to Stockholm. We had planned to take the mid afternoon train overnight to Stockholm which required a booking. However we could find no sign of life at the station. The SJ ticket machine could only sell tickets not make reservations. Note that although Narvik is in Norway the only rail connection is ...
... More than that, it wouldn't just take us to the Finnish border bus station in Tornio, but would go across the border into Sweden and drop us at the Haparanda bus station, which saved us a long walk. Now this is a rare but wonderful piece of cross country co-operation, but you have to understand that there is absolutely no sign of a border between the countries here, not even a line on the road. The first sign that you are actually in Sweden is the huge Eye-Key-Ya on ...