Best Western Hotel Rogge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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So, today was my first day at gymnasiet (grades 10-12, ages 15-18 in Sweden). I woke up early and put on my best outfit and packed my bag (hah just kidding). Victoria normally takes a bus to school, which is about 45 minutes, but today Anneli drove us to school since we needed to get there earlier to see Lucia celebrations. We got there around 8:20am and followed the crowd to the gym with hard wooden floor. There were teachers in the mix but they weren't herding the students ...
I went over to Victoria and Anneli's house this afternoon and cooked three Korean dishes! 불고기 비빔밥 (bibimbap, rice bowl with vegetables and marinated beef), 떡볶이 (ddukbboki, spicy rice cakes), and 해물파전 (haemool pajeon, seafood pancakes). ...
... status at the time when he arrived with his wife and three children. They are all now Swedish citizen with a wonderful immigrant story, two of the children are engineers and other a teacher. Aziz's wife is still working but he has a disability retirement because of a job accident. He has coached Greco-Roman wresting teams here in Sweden as well. He told us he loves his adopted country and is a happy Swedish citizen. It was a nice ...
... kindly translated to me the time I had to return the bus! I can confirm the rumours, yes swedish petrol stations do in fact sell clogs. On a rack. That's right. So if ever you forget your clogs on your long ridiculous trip north to meet someone you don't know, petrol stations are the go to. Forget shoe shops and lovely boutiques! Forget them!! I can just picture it now 'where did you get those clogs!!?!' - ' oh just a lovely little store on the highway, Statoil. Sell ...
... a group of women who were training dogs to locate lost people....we told them we appreciated their work and that they might need to ...