We checked into our rooms and met down by the water at the restaurant for lunch. The views were incredible being on the waterfront, and we saw boats slowly passing by. They served fresh salmon with potatoes and a local beer, and I quickly finished all of it. I had been traveling non-stop for several weeks at this point, so sitting quietly in nature was exactly what I wanted to do.
After we were done, we headed to dinner back in the lodge. They served more fresh seafood (I love Sweden so much!) with a local red wine, and we all caught up on each other’s days. With all that exploring, everyone slowly started trickling off to bed, as we were exhausted. I slept better than I had the entire trip that night. The pillow and comforter was plush and comfy, and the ocean breeze coming in my open window put me to sleep within minutes.
It was so hard to leave this beautiful little piece of Swedish paradise. I absolutely plan on coming back next time I’m in Sweden and staying longer to take part in all the activities. Until next time!
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