BEST WESTERN Hotel Tranas Statt
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... for, to get away from the main routes to see some delightful countryside, with the farms and small villages sprinkled through the forest. The best driving we have had on the trip so far. I can thoroughly recommend the road through Tolg and Asa up to Landsbro.
All too soon we were in Eskjo checking in at an old hotel to get the key for our address several hundred metres away and then as the weather has been playing ball all day, to the picnic "dinner" of bread rolls at the local ...
... family. It is meant to be a time to sit down, relax and spend time with others.
While too many cardamom rolls aren’t good for the waistline, slowing down and enjoying life certainly is a healthy way to live. Five weeks of paid vacation time, 16 months of paid parental leave, lots of outdoor activities, and plenty of time for fika…we think the Swedes are on to something!
We spent three weeks with ...
... Folkhögskola (SVF) for the fall/winter term. It was a wonderful experience and a time I will never forget.
It was beautiful in Sweden in the winter and one of my favorite memories was having fika (coffee break) in the afternoon. I also remember the short days when the sun would rise around 9:00 a.m. and set around 2:00 p.m. It is great to be here during the summer with the sun rising around 4:00 a.m. and setting around 10:00 ...
We will be doing a figure 8 loop of parts of Sweden and Norway and to start we headed north towards Stockholm. It is over 600 kilometres from Malmo so we stopped for the night at Jonkoping on Lake Vattern.
Setting off from Malmo it was only a short distance to our first viewing stop, Lund, a university town with lots of green and of course lovely old buildings. ...
As we travel across Sweden on our train, it has started to snow. It is coming down sideways and is heavy at some points. We are cosy inside. I think we are the only ones excited by the glimpse of the snow out the windows... Half way to Malmo the snow is thicker and making the forests of Christmas trees look just perfect. It is exciting to see the first snow in our European holiday. The little villages along the way look cold and isolated though and I am unsure how they ...