BEST WESTERN PLUS Jula Hotell & Konferens
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... in this case, things were fine as Gert’s car is very comfortable. Furthermore, this car is fast and powerful and still returns an amazing 20 to 25 km per liter.
From the Dutch city of Groningen we headed in the direction of Hamburg - but left the hamburgers for what they were - and continued on to the town of Puttgarden (just past Lubeck) for the 1 hour ferry crossing to Denmark. The landscape in ...
Had a lovely breakfast this morning at Elens for Katarinas birthday - pancakes and carrot cake and coffee! They are both lovely Swedish girls who live in Copenhagen. Quickly packed up our stuff and grabbed a bus to the train station. After a bit of floundering around we managed to find the right platform. A train came and we werent sure if it was the one we were meant to get on, so Shane ran up to the front and jumped on to check and ask someone and I stayed on ...
Time flied that my time in Sweden began to count down. The weekend was busy with many things going on, and the primary one was Erik's graduation party. Western people loved parties at home. They prepared all by themselves. I was lucky to be one of them as I saw how wonderful it was to organize a home party.
I finally saw Erik's triplet sister all together. Elinor was a handy lady. ...
... in white dress. Berit's class was not big, around 30 students. The teachers handed out the final grades and papers to the students, hugged them one by one closely. Some were so emotional that they cried. If I were one of them, I would have done it too. It was hard to say goodbye.
Then came the hand-shaking part. All the teachers of the high school lined up and students came out one by one to shake hands with all the ...
... She was a professional photographer, but it was her spare time hobby. She was a full-time photographer teacher of a high school on the town. One more thing I admire the western people was that they have clear distinction between work and life. They have good jobs but also good out-of-work hobbies. Not like most Chinese who only have work but not life. Probably referrring to myself too.
Later on the day, Jonas, Berit, ...