Best Western Edward Hotel
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Naked and Legless.
being without clothing or covering; nude.
slang, means intoxicated, drunk. When people get drunk they loose their sense of balance, i.e. legless. Chiefly British
Fortunately, my friend Gert has no real complications from his injuries. Walking with a temporary limp is not a problem and the doctor has told him the fluid on his ...
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 ...
... a lot in the party by cutting strawberries and baking the cakes. Actually all the raw materials were bought one day before but the most difficult part was to make it. The Abrahamsson had good tools to cook, so it didn't take much time before the guests arrived. The morning time was the older generation time, namely the family and relatives. One particular old lady, the neighbor of ...
... Ambjorn, Erik and I went to the bar for the football. It was in the middle of the Europe Cup and a game was on between Sweden and England. Five goals totally. Absolutely amazing, but Sweden lost at last. Anyway, I enjoyed the bar and football night so much. Started to understand why western people love these two things so much. Relaxing!
Only two days left in Sweden. The fact made me sad a little bit when I was in bed.
Luckily, in the evening when Berit and I went to see Caroline's house, we didn;t have fika. Otherwise, it would have been too much coffee for a Chinese girl:)
The second day in Skara was to visit Erik's friends. Since Erik realized that I loved seeing big houses, Jonathan's house met my need. Jonathan was Erik's high school friend, but he is an American. His family lived in Sweden now. It was a big ...