Grand Hotel Falkenberg
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... with wonderful refreshing cool air enjoyed while sitting in the garden.
Margareta has a wonderful new (to us) gadget that trims her lawn, something like the Romba vacumn they introduced in the US many years ago. Her Husqvarna mower rolls around the lawn at what seems to be a random pattern keeping everything nicely trimmed. Once in awhile it ...
... next city. Many thanks to our GSE Coordinator in Halmstad, Ulf Crona, and our wonderful hosts: Ulf and Marianne (Lori), Susanne and Per (Jenna), Ingemar and Ewa (James), Lena and Christer (Sonya), and Camilla and Carl-Johan (Elin). We enjoyed every moment of our stay in Halmstad. And we look forward to meeting our new host families and friends in ...
... which included moose ribs and wild boar. Then we embarked on what was listed on our itinerary as an "evening surprise" – a moose safari! With the aid of our trail guides, Per and Ulf, we drove through the countryside on the lookout for moose, deer, wild boar, hare, and others. It was exciting, especially as it grew dark and the animals were on the move. We saw FIVE moose and far too many deer, birds, and small animals to count. It was an experience we'll always ...
... and 2) it is the site of the largest art gallery in Sweden.
From there it was off to visit the Swedish Armed Forces. Tack så mycket to the many people who took time out of their day to provide us presentations on the armed forces in Sweden in general, as well as the specific activities taking place in Halmstad. The location we visited was established as an Air Force base in ...
... their fitness mad lifestyles and high food prices (with fat content displayed on the front of all cheese products) it is sorted.
Scandinavian body-types aside and we are back to the dot points of recent activities;
Koge – Our first stop after Svendborg was Koge. Here we went for our first swim in surprisingly tepid Danish waters. It would actually be easy to mistake it for the Mediterranean; Laura's toe thermometer reports that it was colder in ...