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... The town was charming with lots of old buildings.
We continued to Stockholm. We are using the GPS on Mitch's phone. It gets us where we want to go but we do have some trouble following it. That was true in Stockholm. When we finally found the address, we couldn't find the apartment. Dinner was Lebanese from a restaurant in a shopping center food court. The food was good but this is a new low for us.
... highest point in Denmark, that's a flat country. Impressive cost as well with our first taste of Scandinavian prices. The £5 for the Severn Bridge looked pretty tame against 98 Euros for this one.
Sweden and Norway have a law similar to Scotland's "right to roam" which includes a section which lets you stay most places for 24 hours - absolutely ideal for us. We headed south and stayed the first night in a quiet beach car park in Ljunghusen. Had a bit of ...
... that's even better. But if it's just a whole lot of big rocks meeting the water, as they say in Sweden "mate, you got a beach there". Jim was tempted to do a Crocodile Dundee ("Call that a beach?") but showed admirable restraint. We watched as the others immersed themselves in the water and the sentence "It's nice once you get in" was uttered a couple of times. We thought 13 degrees fell well outside the definition of nice. But we had a great ...
... with Erik and Gustav at Stefan's kitchen. It was nothing else but a beer drinking and chatting time before going out for a pool game, but not for me. As I have already mentioned - Erik was saying all the time that after Norway we go straight home. But for me Sweden wasn't a home yet. Well, not during this evening. It was so cosy and comfortable for me, that for a second (or a bit more) I felt like being home, really.
PICNIC ON THE WESTCOAST
At my ...
... no harm.
One little glitch – the invertor is not working ie the device that converts 12v direct current to 240v alternating current, so we couldn't charge the pc from the batteries as this is the only means whereby I can do so. I’ll investigate this further in due course, probably when Jeff arrives, as he is quite a practical sort of ...