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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... alley, but tame and cool and everybody smiling. The entrance to the park has relaxing music playing as you arrive, much like the toilets and showers at the campsite. Excellent models, plenty of room and things to see and do. The rides were cool, and themed around lego adventures.
It was a bloody cold and windy day. One of our lasting memories of Scandanavia will be seeing children from babes in arms (well sit up prams actually) to teenagers ...
... used to. Expect ham strips.
-Bicycles rule the sidewalks
-Pedestrians rule the streets
-Sweden does not believe in using salt for ice. They use sand, which doesn't help as much in my opinion.
-Swedish chocolate might just be the best chocolate ever
-The Netflix options are not the best
-Fika breaks are lifesavers
-November is the worst month to visit Sweden. Everyone I talked to said they wished November didn't exist.
... for school and that's only for a bus pass!
On Wednesday, Sara and I had our first day in our school. We are at a primary school which means it is grades 1-6. We are in one of the two sixth grade classrooms. The students at that school also don't receive any grades until the sixth grade, which we found crazy. They also have two teachers in every class because of the kids' behaviors. That would make sense, except there are only 24 kids in the ...
Yesterday was very exciting. Kristine's friend Roland brought me a huge binder of my family history from Sweden back to the 1300's! While researching the family history he found a relative living not for from R÷bńck, Sweden where my great grandfather, Petter (Per) Erickson was born. In Swedish records his name is Per Ersson. (Ersoon is kind of short for Erikson.) We drove out to R÷bńck and saw the ...
... Now the smallest boat they make is 55’ long so we should be able to find a crane there to lift us out, that is the thought. It also gives us a bit of fat, we can take our time to get to Oulu. So, that was today’s decision.
Given that we’d made that decision and given that it was a grotty, windy, showery, cold day, we decided to stay put and set off early tomorrow, when the wind should be blowing from the NNW, not the NE as it is now, ...