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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Stockholm For several hours both arriving and departing we enjoyed the scenery, weaving in and out of some of Sweden's 24,000 islands. The heavily wooded coastline dotted with houses and boat sheds, boats of all shapes and sizes going about their business created gorgeous pictures. We docked in the city within walking distance of Gamla Stan (old town). A marathon was being run in the city so ...
... rational and wonderfully unromantic way. I always feel that I have gained a good solid bit of knowledge after a Hot Potatoes session.
Well that ended up being a fair chunk of writing for a fairly normal week, hope it wasn't too much of a ramble for you!
PS I can't get over how beautiful this place is and how lucky we are to be here! Some of you should sign up for next year's session so you can experience all this for yourself! Seriously!!!
... new halter for her horse Miranda and of course we had to look at saddles, and boots, and bits...haha. We also stopped and checked out a horse that she had sold to a young family last year. he is a nice looking pony and very friendly, just being around him made me want to get on and ride!
Back at Avonlea we had a yummy supper and I took to my room to catch up on FB and post my Stockholm blog and get my pictures off my cameras. It was great to talk ...
Last week we had the enormous and fantastical pleasure and privilege of staying in a little cabin by the sea for our holidays. It belongs to a couple in the church and they said we could use it for FREE for the week and even drove us there to show us the shops and how to work the place and what not. It was a gorgeous little place and the best bit was that it was in a completely deserted park right near the ''beach'' (haha) and was quiet and warm and cosy ...
... antibiotics which i picked up today, so hopefully it's now on the mend.
It makes walking, especially outside, pretty difficult though. Yesterday when we went to the shop I had to wear one snow boot and one canvas shoe with the back folded down and a stick to walk with. We got the stick off a window squeegy and it happened to be white, so some people thought that I was blind as well as crippled! Pete thinks they really thought that I was just blind and ...