- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... blackberry ice-cream he churned out. We walked across the street for the train to Avesta. From there we switched to a high speed train to Copenhagen Denmark. This high speed train did not rock or clatter, it just moved right along with trees blurring by. We passed at least two other trains going the opposite direction which appeared and disappeared like a flash of light in the windows. Impressive. The next day is our flight to Tel Aviv Israel. Ample love, Dan & ...
... and with a very strong tail wind. We ate in town harbour in the warm sun; fish of course, although John was denied a Wallenberg (fish cake) as the last one had just sold to the people just before him! After lunch we drove on through the amazing Swedish countryside, wheat and barley fields swirling to the horizon, huge farmsteads and barns, even a windmill. Unfortunately the canola wasn’t quite ripe, but you can’t have everything. But we did see a field ...
... course, on this trip, I need not have worried – there were plenty of open seats and we are right on schedule. The peace and quiet in first class was nice, though. Using the GPS as a guide, we made the transit in about 3-1/2 hours at speeds generally around 110 mph…and extremely quiet. Throwing in the internet access made this a really convenient travel method – one I would like to see us adopt in more places.
Kalmar was a medieval power ...
... and Denmark.
We saw children jousting on a wooden horse.
The Íresund or ěresund Bridge (Danish: ěresundsbroen, Swedish: Íresundsbron, joint hybrid name: ěresundsbron) is a double-track railway and dual carriageway bridge across the ěresund strait between Scania (southernmost Sweden) and Denmark. The bridge runs nearly 8 kilometres (5 miles) from the Swedish coast to the artificial island ...
... precisely no-where. Still, each man to himself.
Kalmar is now very familiar to us so we knew what to expect but we had forgotten the date and it is Kalmar boat show weekend so it was very busy. So much so that as we were refuelling, the harbourmaster initially said that there was no room, then he relented and allowed us to put the boat in the inner harbour, in a space that was booked for the show as of 09:00 tomorrow morning. The hope ...