Arken Hotel & Art Garden Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and how this processes affects the mind of asylum seekers. It was truly an eye opening experience. After we traveled to a Shia mosque where out host fed us tons of cookies, pastries, and endless amount of (free) coffee. In a mosque, ones shoes must be removed and therefore the rug and rooms are extremely clean. From him we learned about his religion and some of the struggles the Muslim community has faced recently. Then we traveled far to another much ...
... tournament. Might of had a little break down/ tear in the shower after this. To finish the day we had the opening ceremony. I was still in a pretty pooey mood but I tried to enjoy it. I didn't take any photos (sorry friend) but I will find some on Facebook when I get home for you :) wouldn't call it a very special ceremony- most of it was in Swedish although it was very cool to see a few thousand people pack out the town square for it. Today was one of those days I really needed you ...
Today we spent the morning in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is on the west coast of Sweden and is the 2nd largest city in the country. We decided to walk around the city and see what we found.
We started out the morning early — before shops or sites were open — at a rose garden. They had a variety of flowerbed and it is situated along one of the ...
... things most of the Swedish students hold some beer in their fridges, just in case. Useful habit, I'd say. And of course they are mainly blond, sky-eyed and tall.
Imagine Italy, Southern part of it, Sicily for example. What name is the first to arise in your mind? Isn't it Giovanni Falcone? Smoking the cigare, drinking good crying wine and dressed up in a suer posh way. That's Gustav :D No, he has no connection to ...
... 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 ...