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About 3 hours on the road today leaving Norway and into Sweden. Lots of very pretty lakes and farming on the rolling hills. Mainly dairy type farming and corn in this area. Karlstad is a pretty town but there are not a lot of historical things to visit. The church dates back to 1737. There are lots of pretty waterways and canals. Just before entering Karlstad we came upon an Ikea store. At least the food was reasonable priced there unlike most of the food in ...
... close to the right hand edge for Allison's comfort.
Of course I didn't mention it but you can take it as said that it was raining. Raining on the walk to the car rental office, raining on the drive, raining all the time.
We eventually got to Karlstad and to the campground for the night. The accommodation is a one room cabin with a cooker and 4 bunk beds, small table and chairs and ...
... oldest portrait collections in the world.
The hotel we are staying in is an old gaol that has been converted for us the new inhabitants to stay in.
The town has a river with people swimming in it and people boating and just laying around in the water on rubber tubes.
The bridge has pretty flowers all over it a lovely park alongside the river.
... apartment after a quick visit to the hospital for a vaccination, I’m imagining how I, in only one week, will be struggling with the exhausting heat of summer in China along the horrendous strength exercises and conditioning we may be doing on an everyday basis, although I don’t know certainly yet what our training schedule will consist of. I’m pondering whether I will be able to work hard enough to get through the intense training… I’ll do ...
... and chairs overlooking a small lake. Only 2 or 3 cars were stopped there. Everybody seems fascinated with our SCO/EU number plates. It appears they don't get many Brit tourists outwith the main cruise ship ports. It seems such a waste that everybody speaks perfect English. Scots seem especially welcome. I had to s****** when a man, who had been chatting to Alison, told his wife 'Of course Scotland is in the EU!'. And so about 1555 we arrived at Herrgårdscamping ...