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Monday 1 September (Gothenberg) The ship docked in the container terminal which is approx 30 mins from the city and was sailing at 1.30 pm. With nothing of note to see in the town we decided a nice relaxing day on the ship. The city was a fortified settlement in the 1600's and has some canals through the city and is a major fishing harbour. Kelly enjoyed the morning in ...
... and the dock was full of new cars and trucks ready to be shipped around the world. Also immediately across from the dock was the Volvo Museum, which I visited at the end of the day before we left.
We booked a city bus-and-boat tour and really no idea what to expect for the day. To date, Stavanger was the largest town we'd visited, and while large, Goeteborg was by no means huge. MSC books tours in pretty much any language, based on ...
... fishing village with a cool church, and lots of boats. It looks like Maine. Very cool little village with many good photo spots. Not enough time here either. Our last stop was at a bridge for a photo stop. The bridge was cool, but I thought the highlight was the curbs in the parking lot shaped like geese. I have never seen anything like it, and thought it was funny. Back on the bus our guide decided we should have a sing a long ...
... highlightes), but still 2 simple words can make me tremble. These are - AMUSEMENT PARK, which Liseberg literally is. Thanks to Erik's sister Linnea who had worked there we had about 50 free tickets, so that our fun was limitless. Some interesting facts I would like to stress on talking about Liseberg. The bad holding system is super awesome. Created by 3 Estonians and a Swedish guy your bags are wisely stored in special boxes while you are riding a rollercoaster ...
... had given us earlier in the day, or a few coins that would only have give us a few minutes. Fortunately some kind person used their card to get us 20 Krona’s worth of parking (we had a 20 krona note to give them in payment) and so we got long enough to go and see some things. Next thing we got into the tourist info office to find a great long queue of people waiting to be attended to and only two people serving. Are tourists just too ...