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Today we left our wild camping spot and drove to Karlstad from there we drove to Kristianhamn and along some lakes, but everywhere were houses and people, so we couldn't found a nice spot to stay. But we found a very nice camping by a lake, so now we stay here for one night. Today we drove ...
The morning is bright and warm and we are leaving Stockholm. Before checking out of the Grand Hotel, we take a last walk over to the Palace and Gamla Stan. It is the first time we have seen Stortorget our first stop two-and-a-days ago, in the sunshine; we take more pictures.
Other than the fact that it is horribly expensive for Americans, Sweden is a nice, easy place to visit-especially after Russia. Everyone speaks English and wants to help ...
280 km of gravel, or at least 85% of it. That was hard riding, and a really good start of the day. Dodging the squalls and are now camping on a real campsite surrounded by Dutch and German tourists. We now enter a more densely populated area, and it's not easy to camp out in the Forrest without meeting ppl. Tomorrow it's Touratech in Lidköbing to see what they have on the shelfs for a Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere, World Crosser Editition and a BMW F800GS ...
Up at 8:00 and out the door for Karlsborg on the Vattern Lake via Lacko Slott, a 13th century castle (renovated in the 17th century) just outside of Lidkoping, on Vernern Lake. The castle was closed, but it was nice to walk around the grounds. We then drove to Karlsborg to stay overnight at the Carlsborg Hotel....nice hotel with ...
... the bridge. James Bond Style.
Well I got on without a problem but dinner had already begun. I quickly got changed, walked into the dining room and Oh, Oh ! Brenda and I had been sat at the Captains table for dinner that night.
I got a round of applause when I walked in. Took a bow and apologised for my misdemeanour. Still, I did receive my certificate for having travelled the Gota Canal by boat. (and by foot for a little way).