Friendly people, some interesting towns and cities, occasionally very scenic, variable weather - too many treeswhat it's like to live in a more equal society
The relationship is friendly and without any conflicts........... although Norway and Sweden is officially at war with each other. The official status is "cease-fire" after a bit of a stand offish 1905 war where some fortresses was torn down and a demilitarized zone was set up on both sides of the border.It will be interesting to hear views on the Norway/Sweden relationship since "the oil". Norway was considered the poor neighbour, now the situation may be reversed.
Ditto on the railways, I never went back after discovering their no bikes policy.
I will be taking this out of the library shortly, thanks for all the suggestions! We are also in discussions about editing the route to go further north if possible... only 11 days now! EXCITEDI lived in Sweden (Stockholm) for 14 years, and if you're happy to toe the line and not be an individual, then the cradle-to-the-grave society would be for you.
Otherwise it's not; and it wasn't for me, although it is a beautiful, clean, friendly and peaceful country. It was just too claustrophobic and restrictivefor me.
This book https://bookshop.si....9343-1&itemID=1 might help explain how it is!
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