From Itineraries Midwest Spring 2010 Issue
Six experiences you and your guests won’t want to miss while in the “Borg”.
Välkommen, to the Swedish Country Inn, your home while visiting Lindsborg. Furnished with authentic imported Swedish pine furniture, the Inn offers guest wireless internet, sauna, massage by appointment, and complimentary beverages and Swedish treats. Embrace each day and enjoy a full Swedish breakfast buffet. The Inn is within walking distance of many quaint shops and restaurants.
Experience many flavors of Sweden enjoying, a Swedish buffet by Scott’s Hometown Foods Catering. Swedish meatballs with lingonberries, rågbröd, and ostkaka are just a few of the mouth watering Swedish delicacies that await your palette. Stock up on all you favorite Swedish foods before leaving town. Don’t want to travel with food? Use the convenience of onlineshopping and have your Swedish feast delivered to your front door.
Enter the Hemslöjd, and you will feel as if you are in Sweden. Visit with and watch wood craftsmen, painters and glass blowers at work in the dala horse factory. Specializing in Swedish imports and Scandinavia gifts, there’s no place like the Hemslöjd.
Savor the flavor of Swedish Mörkrost coffee while taking in the sights, sounds and smells of coffee roasting and brewing demonstration at the Blacksmith Roastery. Specializing in
ultra – premium coffees and brewing equipment, no tour is complete without sampling the fresh brewed coffee.
Feed your creative spirit touring the Red BarnStudio Museum. The working studio of the late artist and craftsman Lester Raymer showcases paintings, ceramics, woodcarvings, metal work, needlework, furniture, toys and much more. Raymer work was influenced by the world’s great artists, folk art from all cultures, the circus and religious symbolism. A must see attraction!
See through the eyes of world traveled National Geographic Photographer JimRichardson at his Small World Gallery. In exhibits and a huge greeting card selection of his work, you’ll witness his passion for photography that says more. Meet Jim if he’s not traveling. Also see the work of jewelry designer Kathy Richardson, working with unusual and vintage metals, contemporary glass, and semi-precious stones. Don’t see what you need? Ask for Kathy’s on-the-spot custom jewelry design from her large collection of international beads.