Elite Stadshotellet Vaxjo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... of the city. But there are a few differences here. Family means everyone and the house is a 1780's farmhouse in the middle of a pine forest and farmland. The house has had many refits in its over 200 year life but the core of the house, being cellar and kitchen, show the solid build of stone and hand cut logs. The most recent owners have added double glazing, plumbing and electricity. It was very comfortable for the 10 ...
... again. Internet on board was a distraction as chatted with Willow, James and Sharon. Forests interspersed with pretty, small lakes. Two women opposite me talked non-stop the whole way from Stockholm to Copenhagen. I would have gone mad except being in a different language I could tune out !! However when I was worried about where I was stopping, they helped me in English! We went over the longest Nordic bridge. At the station a nice young man helped me down with my suitcase. Found ...
... annat av intresse. Gå in på länken när ni känner för det. Vi kommer att att uppdatera när vi känner för det. For the non-Swedish gang we are now en route to Copenhagen where we pick up a flight to Heathrow tomorrow. We then change to a British Airways flight to Singapore. Our friends Mohan and Gopal are there waiting for us and it's our turn to buy the drinks - it always seems to be my turn to buy the ...
... Our compliments to the chef for the delicious food!
The Växjö Rotaract club introduced us to a lawn game called kubb. It was the Rotaractors against the GSE Team (with help from our "ringer" Anna, from the Rotaract club). The GSE Team won the first game due to a misplaced throw by the Rotaract team. The second game was hard fought, but the GSE team pulled ahead at the end!
Thanks to everyone for a fantastic day!
... songs for us and did an amazing job. It was very fun listening to them, and we had a great time. After sending them off to study for a big exam the following day, we sat down to dinner and spent the rest of the evening chatting and getting to know one another better. When everyone had finished their last cup of coffee, we headed home with our host families to rest up for another big day ...