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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hotel was at the old town square complete with a statued water fountain. There was an ecology fair going on in the square with tented booths of many quite amazing inventions, including Tesla and Nissan electric cars. Later the tents came down and a stage was put up for Abba or some such Swedish bands. There were signs in the hotel that said, "Sweden loves fresh air" meaning the windows provide the A/C which worked well there. As a note of interest ...
... 110kph limit. We later found out that we had been driving on the European route E 20 which is part of the United Nations International E-road network. We had driven on it in Denmark as well. It runs roughly west-east through Ireland, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia and finally Russia. The length is 1,880 km. (Sydney to Perth is 3938k). The road is not continuous; at three points, a sea crossing is required. Roll-on/roll-off ferries make the crossings ...
... predicted by any of the sites) which is a Force 4 basically, 5 if you push it. We set off at 09:15, successfully missed the rock and got back out into the narrow channel and after 30 minutes, the meandering route through the islands suddenly opened up and we were able to sail, in a F4 from the SW and the boat was clocking along very nicely, nicely that is until an enormous gust came from nowhere and would, I am sure, have caused havoc in a lighter boat. As ...
... accommodation and off we went to bed.
Despite the late night we were up at the usual time, showered and breakfasted by 09:00. It was threatening rain whilst Jeff and I drove the 5km to the airport to drop off the hire car and indeed it did rain a little. The airport was tiny and apart from one helpful airport employee, deserted but we were able to leave the car and catch a bus back to the harbour with minimal effort ...
Traveling down to Kalmar was not a new experience. I have done it several times before for various holidays and visits to Victor's family. What made this trip so special was the fact that this was the last visit to Victor’s home where he grew up as a child. His parents will move out at the beginning of March into a smaller apartment in a different part of town. A family with two little boys has already purchased the home and will be moving in ...