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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Today explored the town on a beautiful sunny day. In the old Haga area of town we stopped for coffee at Cafe Husaren, renowned for its Hagabulle. These are similar to Cinnamon Scrolls but have large aniseed flavoured sprinkles on top. And they are ...
... A great day spent enjoying brilliant furniture and building design was completed with a traditional Danish meal at Restaurant Puk, where we enjoyed pickled herring, smoked salmon and crumbed flounder followed by roast pork with red cabbage, liver pate with bacon and beetroot and cheese and biscuits).
On Wednesday, after spending a ...
... up on how her year abroad was going so far. Bizarrely here, pubs open till 3am but off-licences close for the weekend on Saturday afternoon. Later we headed back to Pru's student accommodation - very impressive, it's essentially a rather luxurious apartment. The next day Pru had a uni presentation to prepare for so I joined her for an hour in her student cafe. It's quite difficult to get over the increase in price here, a can of Coke is about £2 just from a shop! Worse ...
... downstairs. Sort of like a hotel room! Just cheaper and we all like that when we're here for a long time! However, I did catch a tram - via a shop to get a card for the transport. I walked in there and there were dozens and dozens of flat disk canisters - I thought they were surfboard waxes - but where was the surf??? I then found out it's the norm here in Sweden. They were containers of tobacco. Inside are small "tea bag" bags of tobacco which you sit in your mouth. Stronger than ...
... Lasers, Stars and the very fast 49er (which is now an Olympic class I believe) were particularly evident. Photos taken, we upped sticks and headed out back the way we came, to drop our anchor after an hour at 12:45 at a small group of islets called Fjordholmen.
We didn’t do much for the rest of the day, just sat on the boat and read and sunbathed, trying our best to keep out of the strong breeze, which picked up during the afternoon. ...