Ibis Styles Jönköping
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... family. It is meant to be a time to sit down, relax and spend time with others.
While too many cardamom rolls aren’t good for the waistline, slowing down and enjoying life certainly is a healthy way to live. Five weeks of paid vacation time, 16 months of paid parental leave, lots of outdoor activities, and plenty of time for fika…we think the Swedes are on to something!
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... Folkhögskola (SVF) for the fall/winter term. It was a wonderful experience and a time I will never forget.
It was beautiful in Sweden in the winter and one of my favorite memories was having fika (coffee break) in the afternoon. I also remember the short days when the sun would rise around 9:00 a.m. and set around 2:00 p.m. It is great to be here during the summer with the sun rising around 4:00 a.m. and setting around 10:00 ...
... a place that has more cars than its roads can cope with. It was a little chaotic getting to our hostel, as the GPS could not find it. There were road works too, and bus only lanes that seem to start and stop in ways that unwary travellers can find hard to escape. But we finally found it. On a cliff and out of sight. But we were home. Well, for four days anyway.
... houses warm... Don and I have had the loveliest time in the dining car where miniature bottles of Merlot and large bottles of Czech beer are sold at a very reasonable price. Again the service is amazing and the scenery and setting from another world...loving this train travel across Europe already. Even the toilets are better than any airplane toilet...that's another story! Awaiting our stop for Malmo soon. The whole of Sweden is just a revisit of the Ikea catalogue ...
... for boating and sailing. Then we returned to Maria's house for lunch. Afterward people prepared to leave and return to their homes in various parts of Southern Sweden. In the afternoon we visited the town of Granna. There is an active candy making industry there as well as a museum which showed the exploits of an explorer who unsuccessfully tried to reach the North ...