Ditt Hotell-Hotell Gastis
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Arrival at Helinsborg by bus from Copenhagen on Swebus for only 10 Euro. Met Ulf and Margareta there and Ulf treated us to a lovely lunch in his golf club after showing us the sites in the area. An impressive harbour and quaint fishingvillages. Later we drove to Margereta's home town of Varberg, another town on the coast about 2-3 hours north. She kindly gave us a room
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... s been preparing for their move to Beijing. He had lots of photos of various apartments in central Beijing, and has been telling everything about the city and areas in which they are likely to live. Besides the actual apartments, location, closeness to the subway system and his future office, nearby facilities and the quality of the residential buildings are to be taken into consideration.
I can't believe they're actually moving ...
... day in Harold begun with cake for breakfast, balloons and candelabra. Rain didn’t ruin our plans as we visited the brewery (though we should pay our dues) and picnicked in the rain. This sounds miserable but was actually pretty fun as the canopy of trees kept us completely dry as we watched all the other walkers get saturated. We were also lucky enough to stumble across the elephant enclosure on our walk around Frederiksberg Gardens. That night I was treated ...
The North Sea Cycle Route has one take a ferry from Varberg, Sweden to Greň, Denmark. For logistical reasons, we chose to spend the afternoon in Varberg and have a short cycling day, with a ferry trip waiting us early the next morning.
Varberg was a quite pretty and very bike-friendly city. I enjoyed the evening ...
... Varberg by 15:30, noticing its prominent fort dating from 1280 at the entrance to the harbour. We hoped to visit it in the morning, as it now houses a museum with one exhibit that we wanted to see, another body recovered from a peat bog. A bit macabre I know, but the state of preservation of these bodies is quite remarkable and their histories endlessly fascinating. Perhaps it’s because we have our very own near home ...