Monday, June 3, 2013

What makes my (Charlie Rascal´s) hometown special

I live out in the countryside a couple of miles from Halmstad

Halmstad is a very old town on the westcoast of Sweden.
Halmstad celebrated it´s 700 birthday in 2007

This is Europa and the Bull at the Maine Square

This is the castle and the ship Najaden 

Halmstad is divided by the River Nissan

Tylösand beach is famous all over Sweden ,
as you can see it´s very crowded in the summer.
There is also a famous hotel called Hotell Tylösand .

Gyllene Tider that comes from Halmstad
is singing about Tylösand

This was a little bit about my hometown 

Hope you enjoyed the little tour ?!


The Florida Furkids said...

Yes, we did enjoy the tour!

Thanks for sharing your Hometown with us!!

Raz and The Florida Furkids

Timmy Tomcat said...

Whee what a fun post.
Love that Gyllene Tider! Wonder if we can get them to cover my hometown? Hmmm?
Purrs Charlie you wild Man-Cat you!
Your pal
Timmy T

meowmeowmans said...

Kjelle, I DID enjoy that tour of Halmstad! It looks like a very beautiful place. :)



TK and Pip said...

This a furry nice post, Charlie Rascal! It looks like you gets more summer then most would think, on account of you being way up there.

Mine Daddy comes from Sweden, but him come to the US wif hims family when him was 5. Him still has a auntie that lives there in the country, and a cousin lives in the big city of Stockholm.
Thank you. Fur sharing your town wif us!
Your furend, TK

Julie Baugh said...

That was very interesting, thank you - like us you live in a very old place. Thanks for sharing.

Oui Oui said...

Hey! We know that song! How cool it is about your home! I really miss not having old places here in the States. They have a charm that new places don't have, so thank you so much for a great post!

The Musings Of A Crazy Cat Lady said...

Oh, yes! We enjoyed the little tour very much. Purrs, Abbi Leala

Cheri Wildcatwoods said...

Lovely - maybe some day we will visit!

Cats of wildcat woods

Karen Jo said...

Your hometown is a very interesting place. Thanks for sharing.

Alasandra, The Cats and Dogs said...

Thanks for the tour, we learnt lots of stuff we didn't know.