Quality Hotel Ekoxen
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... the city. It’s much larger than Linkoping & much more spread out. And there are so many people here! In Linkoping I often went for a stroll around town & saw only one or two people, but here I saw triple that just leaving the hotel! The city centre has a standard feel to it in parts. It has plenty of shopping centres, coffee shops and eateries. Yet the industrial part of the centre is magnificent! The old factories have been beautifully restored ...
... where I was as I looked ahead and saw Tannefors Slussar (don't tell me you've forgotten already? Tannefors is where I ran to, keep up!)
Meanwhile - Ju & Lis bumped into Her & Hubby whilst they were out & arranged to have dinner together. I turned down the invite as I'd worn myself out with all my strolling and really fancied an early night (or as early as being on holiday lets me).
Somehow I managed to ...
... off by Lisa on a mammoth 17.46km walk in the heat, whilst Lisa seemed chuffed to bits with her long walk. And me? I was happy to have done some writing and have a sit in the sun, that was more than enough to make me tired!
A gentle morning. I met up with Her & Hubby for a coffee late morning at Wayne's Coffee. Then, after a spot of lunch back at the apartment, Ju, Lisa and I went off to the Tinnerbacksbadet for an afternoon swimming outdoors ...
... and into a large park a block or two away. I walked into the park at (what turned out to be) the back & was taken aback by the amount of flowers there were. The colours were a beautiful contrast to the grass and dust walkways. When we left home our garden was just coming into full bloom, so to see the park in full bloom was great. Tucked away in a corner of these flower beds was a small water feature, with a bench placed strategically opposite. It was peaceful ...
... By this point we'd all been awake a good 12hrs, were very hot, and a ready to dump the cases. Fortunately our hotel is only a few minutes walk from the station. The hardest part was getting out of the station! As ever, the way out was down stairs. There was a lift (Hiss in Swedish, possibly because of the noise they make) which was big enough (apparently) for 10 people. A woman got into the lift before us, with a case (& a dog in a carry case), I got in ...
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