IKEA Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 2 preschoolers. Although the loft presented some problems when I fell down a ladder or rather the ladder fell and me with it. Sprained wrist and bruised hip - ouch, Is there a nurse in the house?
The forest around the house was thick with pines and beech with the forest floor a thick mat of sphagnum moss. Where the sun poked through you could find blueberries, raspberries and an occasional strawberry. Mette's ...
... 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 ...
... they were there. Drove along the shore of Lake Vattern, through Husqvarna, which is the home of sewing machines, bikes and motor bikes, after initially making guns! (Royal rifle manufacturer from 1680). Then through Jonkoping. Finally reached a camp on an inlet from the sea at Markaryd. Walked along the shore, bird watching ...
Saturday started off bittersweet as most of the GSE Team said goodbye to their host families. However, the sun was shining, the weather was warm and there was a moose safari in our future!
After learning a bit about the Markaryd area, the GSE Team and Rotary friends hopped aboard a "train" that took passengers through the Moose and Bison Safari.
While on the safari, the team learned about the habits and habitat of the ...
... it, which eventually created what is now known as the Black Mountain. Artists have come from all over to create sculptures out of this stone on the mountain. It was like an outdoor hiking art exhibit. Totally unexpected, but thoroughly enjoyed!
For dinner we went over to Sonya's host family's house. They are an amazing couple, and have created a fantastic countryside home complete with sheep, chickens, an old army jeep, and an amazing raft! Raft is an ...