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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Indian, Italian and English since we have been here, but no Swedish.
After my run I am starving and we head out into the town to have a walk around an open air museum, which houses historical buildings from all different parts of Sweden. We sit in a small cafe and have "Köttbullar" or Swedish Meatballs, served with mash potatoes and a side of cranberry sauce.
We visit a Swedish alcohol shop. This probably sounds like an off license or bottle shop ...
... first 10 bags to arrive! Then after a short train ride I arrived at my Mormor's (maternal grandmother) house. Yesterday was filled with a little outing to Kopparberg, and Lindesberg because it was my Mormor's brother's birthday. We took him out to lunch and I got to see some new places I hadn't been before. In a short but I am off to Norrköping where I will be staying with a friend until I find my own place. More adventures to come once classes start on ...
Next stop Sweden; we'd hoped to make both Orebro and Stockholm but alas…. Time was not on our side. Too much time was taken in the journey and not an emphasis on the destination. We chopped out Stockholm; I’m sure it is a great place to visit but there you have it.
We nearly made it to Orebro when we found a campground and stopped for the night. We were all hungry and it seemed like good timing.
The campground is located on a lake, ...
... mountains of washing - who dirtied all those clothes??? Changed filter on water system - first time since Boomer was built. Following day, David drove us to the vaccination centre to have our third Tick Borne Encephalitis shot, at least some protection against the nasty little fellows here and in Austria. Then on the road ...
... rden, which as weird as it seems is a cemetery...a UNESCO listed cemetery! =) And I can see why, the tall pine trees just surrounds you and the entire place in this lovely feeling, it's a very nice place to walk and relax. And since it was also close to All Saints Day here in Sweden (6/11), there were a few candles placed on a few of the graves, apparently on the actual day, the entire forest gets illuminated in candles at ...