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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a large Cesar salad, while Jude had a ham flan, although the menu claimed it was a pie, but still good none the less.
Back on the road we fuelled up the Citroen at Vaxjo. That along with lunch and the bakery stop suggest Sweden is dearer than Denmark.
We had plenty of time to do the last 100 kms, so we selected the "shortest" rote to Eksjo off the Sat. Nav. That soon took us off Highway 23 onto a "yellow" road - similar to any tarmac rural road in NZ, although ...
It's Fika Time
If there is a theme to our sabbatical it would have to be, "Slow down and enjoy life." We had a taste of this in Italy and France where long lingering meals were the norm and slow travel with no schedule or set agenda guided our plans. During our final five weeks of travel we discovered that nobody seems to have perfected the art of taking a break and enjoying life more than the Swedes! You’ve ...
... and Felcia just outside of Jonkoping in a small village called Taberg. The sun was starting to set when we arrived in Jonkoping and the views were just gorgeous.
My family first met Bo when he came to Chicago as an exchange student during college in 1985. He and my brother Roger became fast friends and our families have remained close ever since. When their oldest daughter Olivia came to Santa Barbara to attend SB City ...
... Gothenburg. Here too at Borensberg is a hotel in a lovely setting where we thought we might get an early table for lunch. But no such luck. Booked out. Apparently it is Mother's Day here today! Who would have known, but later in the day we saw a queue outside a florist shop. At 6pm some obviously thought it was not too late.
And then into Stockholm. On ...
As we travel across Sweden on our train, it has started to snow. It is coming down sideways and is heavy at some points. We are cosy inside. I think we are the only ones excited by the glimpse of the snow out the windows... Half way to Malmo the snow is thicker and making the forests of Christmas trees look just perfect. It is exciting to see the first snow in our European holiday. The little villages along the way look cold and isolated though and I am unsure how they ...