Best Western Hotel Paletten
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The team started Monday morning off with a bang at the Ängelholm Rönne Rotary Club 7:30 breakfast meeting. We had a great time having breakfast with the club members and our host families. We also were happy to see a familiar face: Dan from the outbound Swedish team. After saying goodbye, we headed off for our second ...
... small 2 to 3 room house. During hard times, I can see why parts of families decided to come to the United States in search of a better life, or to avoid spending the winter with their nine siblings in a tiny house...eek! :) After taking a look around, we had fika with waffles in one of the larger historical buildings. This was followed by lunch (Thai food!) and a sad farewell to our hosts and ...
... terminal and pass another line of security at the terminal. Finally there we were all hungry and picked up some sanwiches and juice in a small shop next to our gate. I could only finish half of my meal though because by now, my throat were so soar every chew and every swallow hurt! When it was time to board something was wrong with my boardinpass and a deskagent took me aside to check it in her computer nearby and a few seconds later it was apparently okay. When I enteredd ...
... countryside and we had a great view from our tent. I met everyone while dinner was being cooked. One guy had a drum and he was impressed at how well I could play it, but I wanted to use my musket I was given for the weekend. There were only about twenty people in all so it was quite a tiny group. I was informed that I would doing campfire duty from 3-5am. Dang it. We had biksemad for dinner, a Danish dish that was chopped up beef, potatoes, and onions with spices and ...
... and concentrates on the period after 1945. It includes major works by Picasso, Giacometti, Klein, Warhol, Rauschenberg, Bourgeois, Guston, Baselitz, Kiefer and Kirkeby.
The art on show just couldn’t be presented more favourably, the galleries were superb. Despite that, to a large extent and as is frequently the case with modern art, one is left wondering ‘is this art’ or ‘a child could do that’ or ...