- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... time. Some areas of Sweden lost nearly half of their residents. We stopped at a couple of places along the Emigrants' Path, while learning more about emigration and the Moberg novels. Our final stop was in Linneryd, the area from which one of the team's relatives emigrated.
Our evening was equally exciting as we had the opportunity to meet up with the Växjö Rotaract Club, including Karin from the Swedish GSE team, for ...
... songs for us and did an amazing job. It was very fun listening to them, and we had a great time. After sending them off to study for a big exam the following day, we sat down to dinner and spent the rest of the evening chatting and getting to know one another better. When everyone had finished their last cup of coffee, we headed home with our host families to rest up for another big day ...
... yet practical design can create style. A prime example in an accessory was a juicer resembling a three legged spider or a 1950s science-fiction rocket ship.
Between the visits to the furniture stores, we sat down for afternoon fika. Upon entering the cafe, we noticed a certain familiarity in the chairs. Where had we seen the design before? Lammhults of course! It was nice to see local businesses having ties to one ...
The GSE team was on mid-tour rest May 17 - 18. We slept a lot, shopped a bit and had the chance to relax and catch up with Karin, Dan and Vibeke from the Swedish GSE team. Other than the rain, it was a fantastic break in the action.
Our day began with a trip to Ryssby Gymnasiet, a high school with a focus in five areas: hunting and wildlife management, natural sciences, restaurant and food, forestry and nature, and adventure tourism.
We were given the opportunity to talk with some of the students who attend this school, and we learned that they had come from all over Sweden, plus a few from ...