Breakfast was good, the weather sunny and fine so it was off into town.
We struggled to park and ended up in the swimming pool carpark. We asked at the reception if we could leave the car and walk into town, stupid question!
We paid (5SK per hour) and wandered into town. The first impression of Växjö is tidy and relaxed. The Domme Kirche, drew us across to visit, a nice old building which was under going renovation. The inside was modern in appearance, and calm.
After a good look around we walked into the town where the local students were graduating. Another noisy and entertaining parade, similar to the one we’d seen in Falkenberg.
Once seen, we moved on and did some shopping before lunch, which we had in the courtyard of the cathedral shop. Räksmörgås and a soft drink each hit the spot.
Slowly we decided to return to the car, via a café for fika.
On the way back to the hotel we stopped off at a supermarket (CIA or was that CAI or ICA?!) and bought some salad for the evening meal. A piece of cooked salmon and fruit for a dessert completed the meal.
Once fed we had a few beers and wines before finally going to sleep.