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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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Spoke to Willow and the girls. They have bronchitis !!! Will was very stressed and the girls weren't well behaved. Tenancy up today but Elizabeth is still there at the moment. Whatsapped Jacqui. So tired still. After breakfast went up to the chemist. Nice girl there suggested I went to the health store next door as their fish oil was $45 NZ ...
... out in the country side with a fantastic tour guide (Urban). he really new his Vikings. we learned all about the rune stones and how they tell peoples life stories and adventures a thousand years ago. most of them were tipped over or even used as building material in churches when christianity took over from the Pagan Vikings. We also visited the the mythical home of the norse gods. ...
Christoffer and I went ice skating together! First, we went to Östermalmstorg, the t-bana station in the central part of Östermalm. People in that area sacrificed comfort for fashion. Lots of translucent black tights with ankle boots, guys wearing thinner jackets and fashionable scarves and hats that didn't quite cover their ears. Christoffer was surprised an office worker in this area would go through so much trouble to sell us a charger for ...
... this foreign city.
I downloaded Gone Girl on my iPhone in the absence of my user-friendly Kindle. I began reading... and from the very first page (which, on the iPhone, is more like the first paragraph), I was HOOKED. The author's choice of words, syntax, and imageries... oh, I could definitely tell she was up to something! I read throughout my overnight shift with some interruptions here and there. I kept reading ...
... to do that too, but I decided against it since I don't want to get too ambitious in the first few days and then crash. So I unpacked and hung out some more, and now I'm in my surprisingly comfy bunk! Yay! Tomorrow I'll get a tour of the hostel and shadow the guy I'm replacing for an overnight shift. I work overnight 2-3 nights a week. It's nice because I have a lot of time to travel and do whatever I want! Three months sounds like a lot, but I have a feeling it will ...