Best Western Malmia Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... visa free scheme) and were permitted a 72 hours stay. We hired a personal tour guide for a day, which meant we were provided with a wealth of information and insight. Russia's prestige and wealth of pre-communist era was astonishing, and the country now pours millions back into rebuilding and restoring all the destruction after WWII and communist neglect - to once again show they are a powerful country with a very 'rich' ...
... turning up from time to time. Fjords that protrude inland like flooded valleys dotted with seaside summer homes and boats. All very picturesque. We arrived at our hotel in Lulea at 5pm and went out for a walk in the late afternoon sun. A compact town surrounded by water. The river and the sea on either side of the town. Sussed out a nice Chinese restaurant where we had a very good ...
... else for a sea/woodland adventure. It was beautiful and sunny and I was in a forest surrounded by bits of old boat yet with sand under my feet and hot rocks to perch my clothes on as I ran into the water thinking, goodamn, I'M ALIVE!!! Sea water freezing my bumcheeks, goosebumps hard enough to drill through concrete but so full of juicy life; a concentrated, sweaty yet tall, blonde and gorgeous Scandivian jogger galloping past me to ...
... obligatory photos in bight sunshine and temp of 14 deg!
We were the only ones there!
We carried on down to the Baltic coast. Finland didn't seem much different from Sweden, except there were bigger gaps between ...
Today was our last full day in Sweden. The time went by so fast and I would have loved to stay here longer. We had class at the University for a few hours where we presented our projects about our schools here in Sweden. It was interesting to hear about the similarities and differences between the schools. As in the United States, each school is unique in its own way but it is also very different. Here is the link to Lisa, Alexa, and my presentation ...