Arken Hotel & Art Garden Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Hey honey :) Today was our first real day in Gothenburg. Started this morning with a training at the stadium. Had an hour the try out the floor and boards etc. it was all pretty similar to eerickella. Was good to have a good run around after two days off. Following this,we spent our afternoon preparing for our first game. It's starting to feel very real now. In preparation I found out that I wasn't start. This was a pretty big blow to me to be honest because it was one of my goals ...
... s 3 hours of tossing and turning. Because it is usually about mid afternoon Pacific Standard time when we are trying to sleep here in Scandinavia. We hopped on a 3 1/2 hr train ride up the west coast of Sweden to a lovely city called Gothenburg.
When we got here Frederick suggested a little cafe called De Matteo where he picked us up. It was extremely hard to get a hold of him by pay phone. Actually, it was impossible - worst ...
... train station an hour early so that we could take advantage of the first class lounge. They had a nice coffee machine, apples and some chocolate out on the tables. Johnny took full advantage of the coffee machine and had three different drinks. I tried the hot chocolate but it was not that good. On the train we had a bit of trouble finding the correct section to sit in. Once we did though we had the section to ourselves for pretty much the whole ...
... roll, going along with a witty conversation meanwhile and drinking wine was perfect. When we were done we got aroung 160 sushi-roll-pieces. It was not only a lot, but delicious also :) Great family evening
When Erik was in St Petersburg he ate sth aroung 7 portions of borsch. Borsch is a Russian traditional beet soup. So when he met a Russian me, I bet he only had one thought in mind - BORSCH! :D No Russian, nor Estonian in me were against the idea, ...
... extends into Norway, starts a few miles south, so we would sail about 35 miles today.
It was significantly cooler than yesterday, a bit weird given that the wind was essentially from the same direction and much the same strength, albeit a bit fresher. As this was the case and given that the cruising chute is not good at dead downwind sailing, we decided to goose-wing by deploying the genoa out on one side of the ...