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Travel Blogs from Jönköping
... pulled by horses which walked along the tracks beside the canal. It was also to avoid the other route where the Swedes had to pay taxes as they passed through Danish waters. Now, it's for leisure trips. On Friday, we drove south a little to see the countryside. We visited the Takern nature/ bird sanctuary around a large lake, then drove to Rokstenen to see the largest rune stone in this country. It dated back to the C9, and had more than 800 characters in the longest most coherent ...
... Our little breakfast was served with piping hot coffee at tables with old fashioned lamps. It was both simple, fresh and delicious. Beats airline food any day! We are in a cabin and sharing with an older man (now sleeping in the corner) and a young pregnant woman (Don checked with me she is not expected to go into labour during the trip. I reassured him she is about 32 weeks so odds ...
Our trip to the Vasa museum brought some perspective. This huge ship was built in the 1600's and sunk on its maiden voyage in the Stockholm harbour. Over 300 years later in the early 1900's it was salvaged. It was a remarkable story and the sheer size and detail of the ship gave me admiration for the men who built it and then those who did the painstaking and frightening job ...
Bäckadal.......If you remember from the previous entry, which was indeed a long while ago, that is the name of the apartment complex that I'm staying at.
Now don't go type it into google maps because you won't find it, I know as I've tried. Anyway, why am I writing about this, well I just wanted to tell a bit more about it and about the lovely people I share the complex with.
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 ...
Other places to stay in Jönköping
Elmiavagen 8, Jönköping | 2 star hotelfrom $118
6 Barnarpsgatan, Jönköping | 3 star hotelfrom $113
3 Hotellplan, Jönköping | 4 star hotelfrom $109
3 Ryhovsgatan, Jönköping | 3 star hotelfrom $102
15 Soedra Strandgatan, Jönköping | 4 star hotelfrom $142
Brunnsgatan 13-15, Jönköping | 4 star hotelfrom $45
F. E. Elmgrens Gatan 5, Jönköping | 4 star hotelfrom $142
28 Klostergatan, Jönköping | 4 star hotelfrom $84
Vastra Storgatan 25 A, Jönköping | 1 star hotelfrom $131
3 Stroemsnaesgatan, Jönköping | 3 star hotelfrom $74
Hovrattstorget, Jönköping | 3 star hotelfrom $132
Storgatan 22, Jönköping | Hotelfrom $132
Huskvarnavagen 76, Jönköping | Hotelfrom $46
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