Ibis Styles Örebro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... buying cheese and sausages. Then had lunch with a little white wine.
From lunch we walked along the river to a little village, Wadkoping, which has actually been relocated to preserve the buildings. Buildings are from the 1700’s, and open for looking at your own pace. Doors are small and walls uninsulated. Some interior walls still have the decorations from so long ago. Some houses are furnished others buildings empty.
We walked back to ...
Uneventful travel. Drove to Newcastle, flew via Heathrow to Arlanda, train via Stockholm to Orebro. Met by our great friend David, again. He took us out to Tim and Susie's to collect the Boomer. All in daylight at 10.30 at night - it had been a long day as we were up at 5 a.m. UK time. Next day, mundane tasks to be ...
... who were to babysit our "home" for 2 weeks. David drove us to the station where we got train to Arlanda and flew via Heathrow to Newcastle. Hire car to the cottage in Northumbria for 2 weeks with my sister Theresa and brother in law David (who arrived Monday after scaling several more Monroes (mountains) in Scotland the previous week.
Lovely to have endless hot water in the shower and a bedroom to spread all our gear around ...
Today we had sleet and flurries of snow, and no sun at all. It would have been easy to stay at home, but we braved the elements this afternoon. We went in to the heritage village Wadkoping about a kilometre or so outside the town centre and browsed. A total lack of other tourists, which ...
... to Prince, who I can safely say I’ve never appreciated enough. Joelle hears me singing and smiles. Then scraping of the deck takes longer than expected, and doesn’t seem to be doing what it should. The water continues to pool, I may need a circular saw or something later on. Staffan agrees, but suggests letting it dry a little first, which in turn leads to finishing it another day. The rest of the afternoon is spent preparing our wicked pieces for the ...