Hotell Statt Hassleholm
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... lacking, so he must be called Oscar for some other sort of star performances. What he can produce is hefty antlers, and there were a number in the exhibition you can pick up. The heftiest one was over 20Kg!
Having had a enough of watching Oscar in the rain, we drove on to Hoor in the heavy rain - just for a change.
Started with a great 3 km walk around the edge of the camp, across the headland and along the beach, with a bit of bird watching. Then set off south. Stopped at Linkoping for shopping - can't resist buying stuff for the kids! Passed several aircraft "installed" beside the road, (one of a pair a Dragon 35) with no explanations ...
We headed back to the Fultofta nature reserve for our last night in Sweden. First of all we popped into the nearest village for some more Kroner and it was a beautiful village with its own small port, quiet and clean streets, a delight to see. Then some fuel and after a little search some LPG so we can ...
A bright morning as we packed and headed from Tarup Strand across Funen to Nyborg and then on to the bridge across to Zealand and eventually over to Sweden. Of course exercise, shower, breakfast and coffee first! The roads were busy but the traffic flowing and if the first bridge was big the main crossing from Zealand into Sweden was magnificent. The Øresund Bridge (locally called Øresundsbron) is the bridge that ...
... and then took advantage of our free time to get ready for the farewell party presentation and the trip back home. Elin had the opportunity to visit her relatives in Malmö.
We were delighted to see so many familiar faces at the May 30th farewell party. Although it had been only a short time since we had last met, it was like a homecoming of sorts. And there were a few ...