BEST WESTERN Hotell SoderH
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After a peaceful night and watching the sun go down on the midnight sun beach it was just a short drive today, just 200km to get to the Swedish coast. En route we visited Sweden's only working Linen Mill at Vaxbo where amazingly having pulled a cord. a sliding glass sound proofed door opened and we were allowed to follow the blue painted line on the floor of the mill, walking right next to working looms. Some of these dated back to the 1920's and had ...
... discourage cash and it is cheaper by card ( not sure if it was an oyster style card he used or a simple credit card but I think the latter).
We were soon in town, not a large place but looking very pleasant on the banks of a canalised river. There was a watchtower on the hill nearby and the first thing we did was climb the hill for a better view. There was a group of vagrant-looking people on the steps at the bottom of the hill but they ...
... marked route into Sandarne, about 4 miles out to sea and buoyed all the way in, past many pretty wooded islands. The only blight on this picturesque scene was the large factory, a paper mill I think, just south of the marina but thankfully hidden once we were in. I also forgot to say that when we were experiencing 'weather', for a short period we also had dense mist so we had the radar on - for 5 minutes, that is all that the ...
Well, we slept OK on this old piece of road and no disturbances except for the light - it hardly went dark at all this far North. So light in fact we are up at 0430 and after a coffee en route by 0515 so now we feel we have been driving for ages, and of course we have. Not sure where we are heading today except towards Umea and we will try to find a nicer overnight stop when we are too tired to continue. Well, 1700 hours local time and we are in a ...
... Hudik), "a term that originated in the 19th century as word spread of its friendly hospitality and its lively social life." (I wouldn't know about the latter though).
It was brighter than Stockholm when we walked around the town at midnight, the sky still had a bluish-pinkish hue. Our 'chase' ended and we drove back to Stockholm the next morning, taking yet another scenic route, once again stopping along the way to look ...