BEST WESTERN City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... interesting: King Karl was no angel, that’s for sure. He would walk around the city with a stick with a silver ball on top. If he deemed that someone was not doing right then he’d give them a good swat. I thought I should get something like that to knock people upside the head!
It was really hot, probably in the 90’s, so the tour thru the castle was a welcome relief.
From the castle we walked out to the side streets and found a ...
Uneventful travel. Drove to Newcastle, flew via Heathrow to Arlanda, train via Stockholm to Orebro. Met by our great friend David, again. He took us out to Tim and Susie's to collect the Boomer. All in daylight at 10.30 at night - it had been a long day as we were up at 5 a.m. UK time. Next day, mundane tasks to be ...
Left camp and drove into Karlstadt, where we went to the Naturum Varmland. We found a brilliant bird walk, with nesting sea gulls, geese, ducks and several bird hides, so peaceful.
Drove to Orebro and camped in the street outside David and Maria's house, when we had last been in the snow in February. Lovely pizza dinner out with his family visiting from Aus.
Next day, delivered the Boomer to their friends Tim and ...
... canal with a gravel bike trail along the levee and locks every several kilometers. It was fascinating to watch the locks. Anna was unimpressed. I say we barely arrived by train because after our ride along the canal we jumped on board a train that did not allow bikes. Luckily they didn't notice us until the train had already left the depot so we got a free ride up the line to the next stop where they politely told us to scram. We were fortunate because ...
... of the road in a tent. Mind blowing! He loves the outdoors, used to do a lot of hiking and traveling, hitchhiking with friends throughout most of Europe. He says we should come over to his place some time this week, when he finally gets off work and have some Traditional German Sauna. At first I didn’t know what he said, his accent is a little strange, and I assumed this was an alcohol I’d never heard of, Sawuna, but this is quickly cleared up when I ask what it ...