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- Continental Breakfast
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Karlshamn. If I had not been with someone while I was there it would have been a bit of a bore. My favorite part of the town was the square. I can’t imagine Karlshamn has much of a tourist population but it did have Karlshamn postcards. The square was filled with elderly relaxing as they watched the day go by. I can’t say there was anything special about the town besides the people that live there. ...
... to Copenhagen. Elin and Jenna were headed home to Minnesota via Copenhagen and Toronto, while Sonya was going north to Norway by ferry before heading home. Both Lori and James traveled to Stockholm to take in the sights of the capital city before flying back to Minnesota.
And with this, our blog ends. Thank you for all your support and for following along with us on our ...
Louise's parents were very hospitable towards Bridget and I staying with them. Louise was working a lot of the time we were there and her parents were also very busy so they allowed us freedom in and out of the house with our own key while we were there. Our first night was a Friday, so Louise took us out to a bar in her city after going out for dinner. It wasn't very busy until later in the night but it was still fun to see how they partied ...
... areas: those of the Danish capital city Copenhagen and the major Swedish city Malmö.
After spending a considerable time in Malmo we continue our journey and stop briefly in 2 magical Swedish towns - Lund and Ystad.
From there we continue to our final destination for the day - Kristianstad. Upon arriving, we check into our hotel, have a quick meal at the local pub and retire for the night for a well earned rest after quite a busy day.
... time that the winter decided to be nice and wet, and all they could think of, cooped up in that caravan trying to stay warm and cook was how they wanted to put their feet up. Mud covered everything, but you couldn’t clean it as what you were cleaning with was muddy, and just walking away would soon bring the mud back in.
They also mention the Earthquake Sweden had recently. It was late at night and Maria felt it at her place. She remembers her ...