Ditt Hotell Hotel Torpa Pensionat
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... cannot do so. Explain that if you can! Folk were buying up big, so maybe it was really cheap and we should have gone shopping.
We cruised all day, short snooze here and there, read books and did odd computer stuff, admiring the scenery. Have to admit, so lazy we did not even go up on deck!
Drove for a couple of hours in Sweden before finding a camp. Very busy site on the edge of a lake, full of families but OK for a ...
... now 8.30am. I forgot my Ipad clock hadn’t been changed and it hadn’t had an internet connection so was still on UK time. So got up and showered and then rang room service to see what had happened to our order – I’d forgotten to tick what time we wanted delivery! Dohhh.
So a very lazy start to the day – Craig didn’t waken till after 9am and by the time we’d had our light breakfast in ...
... a 7-11 next door. We walked in and I kid you not it took all of two seconds for Chelsea to find a pint of that exact flavor. What are the odds of that? With a big hunk of ice cream and three spoons, we finished out the night in the Old Town square. We found one of the only restaurants still serving, bundled up in covers under a heater on the terrace, and got a round of cappuccinos to sip between spoonfuls of ice cream. Somehow you can be shivering cold and ...
... check out an area of town called Södermalm, and found a wonderful terraced area perched high above the city that had a kind of beer garden with a wonderful view. We tried to figure out why that kind of low key hangout with people just chatting quietly with friends over a beer or two just somehow doesn't seem possible in the US. There is something that is a mixture of attitudes about spending time in conversation with friends, about consuming alcohol and ...
... be the heaven of hipsters, when hipsters die they must pedal their fixie over to the pearly gates of Stockholm to live with their own ironic kind.
After dodging many one gear bicycles, getting ironic stares and moving around acoustic sing-alongs we finally located our hotel, checked in and then for some reason, crashed out and slept again. We eventually emerged in the afternoon with a clear plan for Sweden, three major tick boxes that must be ...