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... when you want something. Lib and I had a lovely hour sitting in the sun that afternoon while Phoebe napped. Not quite enough wind for a sail - we were both quite relieved to be honest - and the forecast is looking good for most of the next week anyway. We spent the night about 45 minutes north in a carpark overlooking fields and woods. There was some wildlife in the distance which we thought might be moose but turned out to be old fashioned deer. We did see ...
... a little village. We walked around for about 30-40 minutes. It was a pretty neat little place. Once back on the bus we overheard someone complaining they went into the little grocery store, but they wouldn't take anything but Swedish Kroners. Really? Are you that lazy that you didn't get money exchanged before you got here? Do you think if they came to the US we would take Swedish cash? Some of these people really amaze me. OK, off to stop ...
... Well, stairs, hmmm. But I tell you, once I got to the top I recovered a lot quicker had I attempted to do the same a few months ago. Quite proud (again). The Masthugget Church wasn't incredibly wonderful (sorry all Swedes) but the view from the top - spectacular.
Then on to the next - Oscar Fredrik Church. Very pretty.
Then on to Skansen Kronan Fort - not more stairs, hmmm maybe tomorrow.
Then to Haga Church.
Then my MECCA Church - and of course I got a ...
... to not use our currency converter. And now we're heading to a new country with a new currency. Go figure! We do not, however, have the language figured out. We were looking for a bottle opener from a 7-Eleven last night and had a hard time. I had no idea what he was saying. He had no idea what I was saying. It was like we were playing charades. I've learned that almost everyone speaks English as long as they are under the age of 40-something. ...
... which I learned upon opening them that they were sour gummy dots for 9 kroner. We ended up settling on a picnic table bench for the next couple of hours where we could spend time writing our blogs.
The city of Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden next to Stockholm. Gothenburg was founded in 1621 by Gustavus Adolphus II (1594-1632). Being interested in family history, I will talk here about my ties to Sweden, and they are ...