Arken Hotel & Art Garden Spa
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Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden and fifth largest in all of the Nordic countries. It is located by the Kattegat on the west coast of the country. This has been an important historic port and is now also a major tourist destination. Here are just ten of the many things to see and do in Gothenburg that you should do your best not to miss on your visit to the city:
... into the car park dressed in just a bath robe.
Anyway, I went out on a 5.7m with about 20 kites and no other windsurfers which was also a bit disconcerting. Was there something I didn't know about the spot or were all the windsurfers at a great beach around the corner? Thankfully, even though the beach had piles of weed it wasn't too bad out on the water and I had a good time. Lib went out on 4.5m after dinner as it started going mental. Most of the ...
... lived in the city. Trams take you almost to your door and they are fast and clean.) Ikea was huge!! Think the size of Bunnings and then at least double it and make it classy with a restaurant/cafe and modern toilets. Then again, don't think of Bunnings at all really. We wandered around for an hour, had lunch, wandered some more and Petie bought some stuff. You walk through the kitchen section, which has lots of kitchen layouts and millions of gadgets, then ...
... Marvellous experience :)
Newbies are also divided into group, and Erik being a father of its group got Indians :)
I haven't told you yet, but the first days of my Gothenburg-trip we stayed at Stefan's place, as Erik had no keys from his. He borrowed the flat to his friends for partying hard and they forgot to give them back in time. But that was not the worst thing thay commited. The worst thing was that they turned off the refrigerator ...
... he’d pop back at 14:00. It was a little later than we wanted but we didn’t have far to go so we reckoned that was OK. Consequently, we spent the morning happily in this charming little place, waiting for Jeremy.
That lunchtime we filled the boat with water, putting back that which we had emptied yesterday. Soon after, our water pump stopped working (it delivers fresh water throughout the boat)and I assumed it was some sort of airlock and ...