IKEA Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... or Älg) and had the chance to feed them from the train. As a bonus, there were also bison on the trail. Unlike the moose, the bison weren't afraid of coming right up to the train for some treats (birch leaves/branches.) The weather was wonderful and the opportunity to see moose and bison and to spend time with our hosts made for a memorable day.
After the safari was complete, the team headed off for Växjö and a mid-tour rest.
... with or build toys. They also had a Barbie exhibit, as they use to partner with Mattel, which was a favorite for many of the female members of our team. We all agreed it was a special place in Osby!
In the afternoon we visited Svarta Bergen, or Sweden's Black Mountain. Throughout part of the 1800s and 1900s diabase was being mined from this quarry in Sweden. The old quarry is absolutely beautiful! As the miners took the black stone from the quarry they ...
... used for team building exercises, and we even got to try one of the team building activities! Of course our team aced it.
Our next stop was Ljungby kommun, a municipality in Kronoberg County. We met with their municipality manager, and he gave a presentation about Ljungby, which is popular with tourists during the summer. We took a break for fika and then discussed ...
... business is growing even faster than their product sales, and with a restaurant in every store, they are one of the largest restaurant chains in the world.
After lunch, we took at quick detour to visit the former home of the Gemla Furniture factory, a company that makes bentwood furniture. While the company itself has moved to a different building, we learned a little about the ...