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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tonight! A steady drive saw us at Fuftofta again by early evening and we sat out to enjoy our tea and drink a few beers. A little walk and then inside to avoid the midges! A relaxing and pleasant day in fact! What surprised us, after a few weeks in the North, was that it was dark at night, we had ...
... by our host families and the GSE coordinators. After a brief break we gathered at Ulla and Per's home for a welcome dinner. We were again treated to great food and a fun evening with our hosts. Karlskrona is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, built in 1680 as a naval base on an archipelago, so we could see this would be a unique city full of rich history — and a lot of nautical ...
... stuffed with amazing food. What a weekend! The cooking genes have are obviously strong in the Karlsson family as both Kathe and Bengt are also fabulous cooks and we were treated to home baked breads, biscotti and wonderful chicken dishes!
As our trip nears its end and Ben and I wonder where we will return to and not, Sweden is high up on our list for a return visit. A stunning country made special by fantastic friends....
... book, suffereing from square peg in a round hole synsdrome.
With the kitchen tidied I leave Maria to the paper woes and pack up my things a little. Lena is in, and comes through when I START washing the dishes. We eat sugar cubes as I hear a similar account of today; that no one showed up and thedessert things look amazing and tha the weather was not the best. Watching from inside the glass studio Iwasglad to be indoors. It was really one of those ...
... 8217;s so very close and totally worth it. I will try.
I walk the quiet streets back to the bus stop. The rain is keeping the people off the streets, instead indoors at the galleries that have also opened up at every second shop as in Brosarp. As I walk I get to fill my photo album of abandoned umbrellas. Two on the footpath, ne green, one black, all bent and unusable. The third is sticking out of a bin near the church, redefining the bin’s use as rubbish can no ...