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TravelPod Member ReviewsSlottsskogens Hostel Gothenburg
Muito bom hostel, muito bem organizado, e pessoas simpáticas. Chegamos sem hotel em Gotemburgo e chegamos nesse hostel com volta das 11:40pm e o recepcionista foi super simpático e nos acomodou na sauna do hostel.
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... or its formal title, Social Capital and Cultural Diversity. Monday and Tuesday were basically all day long field trips, Wednesday we had off (this is typical), and Thursday morning we left for our class trip to Sweden. I'll break down the week below...
Monday- The theme of my class is immigration and integration of ethnic minorities into Danish and Scandinavian culture. So Monday we went to Trampoline House, which is a safe place for asylum ...
20th - 25th Gotenburg - Mid Summer Party
Arrived in Gotenburg following a couple of quick flights across Eastern Europe. We were greeted by our Perth Swedish/Canadian friends Chris & Bec and headed towards the coast to Jolanda. Our trip towards the coast was slightly halted by some peak hour traffic as well as a quick stop via the local ICA supermarket to stock up on ice. We finally made it to the Bjorklund estate (Hans & Tertu - ...
... pumping on both sides of the field. Our girls were quick to the ball, but our opposition was quick too and we needed to pull out some extra steam. In the end, a second win!
Back to hotels to enjoy a long shower, a quick lunch, then a wonderful tour through through the canals of Gothenburg as a team. We will end this beautiful sunny warm day with an early dinner and a ...
... cool and invited me to many activities so that I could experience the real Swedish culture. Activities such as skiing, eating authentic food, taking me around the city, and their Easter tradition. I am excited to start doing things with her! I will write again next week! Have a wonderful week :) Here is the link to the pictures: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2 641192&l=ef61f&id=13957325 ...
... which is a bit like Halo, but with snowballs. On Friday we drove into the city and walked around. Göteborg is a cruisy little city of 700 000 people, a really large shipping harbour and very gorgeous blonde swedish girls. In the evening we attended a party and became drunk. Fortunately almost everyone speaks English in Sweden. The next day, Elda´s friend, Chris, showed us a few places around the city and ...