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... square, saw the church where Jean Bapististe Bernadotte was chosen to be king. The church is a simple church next to the many grand churches we’ve seen.
We went back to the campground for another dinner by the lake.
So now it was time to head south, back to Brussels. This would be about a 14 hour drive with a stop in Copenhagen.
We had to drive thru Orebro so we made one last lunch at the food court, bought ice then started driving ...
... 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 ...
... who were to babysit our "home" for 2 weeks. David drove us to the station where we got train to Arlanda and flew via Heathrow to Newcastle. Hire car to the cottage in Northumbria for 2 weeks with my sister Theresa and brother in law David (who arrived Monday after scaling several more Monroes (mountains) in Scotland the previous week.
Lovely to have endless hot water in the shower and a bedroom to spread all our gear around ...
... us at a station which had a lower budget train line that did allow bikes. So, much to Anna's delight, we are here in the land of water slides and Swedish tourists under cloudy skies, rainy drizzle, and a cold day ahead in a giant pool with crowds of Swedish kids. Not exactly what I had envisioned for a day off, but Anna is in heaven. Day after tomorrow we continue to Stockholm. How exactly that will happen is a complete Swedish mystery. Pictures coming soon. ...
... him I don’t know whether to believe him or not. He smiles again, but suggests I look it up. The next half an hour is spent watching videos of this cloud pushing into the air, and cloud charts showing the stretch of the ash across Europe, predicting the covering of the continent and grounding planes for some time. I may never get home again. This had never occurred to me. Without really thinking about it I see if trains can get me home, and how long this would take.