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... and it attracts many visitors each year to its seven floors of interactive experiences.
This is one of the prominent Botanical gardens of Europe. It was inaugurated in 1923 when Gothenburg celebrated its three hundredth anniversary. It covers an area of 175 hectares and is mostly made up of a nature reserve and includes an arboretum.
... were lovely but we both had a go of it before deciding to head up the coast where we'd been told the dreaded weed wouldn't be a problem. We drove north for about an hour that night and it was still there - the forecast was solid so we were desperate to find somewhere without any. We contemplated trying to buy a weed fin but in 25 years of windsurfing I've never really needed one so it didn't seem like a worthwhile purchase (and we weren't sure where ...
Today, Sunday, began a little cloudy and cool but everyone predicted warm and fine so we packed a picnic and set out for the island of Branno. We took a ferry (which can hold about 350 pepple) for about 20 minutes and found an island with fairly dense housing, apparently much of it summer housing and lots of people were headed there today to start cleaning, mowing and gardening. We strolled through the little streets, avoiding the strange ...
... Paddan is a big flat boat, looking pretty much like an iPad (perhaps, that's the base of its name ;) that goes through the river of GBG and under all its bridges. Some bridges were so slow, that we had to get to the very bottom of the boat not to get a new haircut. You are also followed by the story going from the pretty guide. BUT be aware, as the story goes in Swedish first and theen in English. And it's like this: "Ladies and gentlemen, we are currently passing ...
... have no choice other than have the boat hauled out. Sure enough, when he came out of the water with his camera he had the evidence, the leading edge of the keel was quite bashed. In the meantime, we had emptied the boat of sea water using the bilge pump and we could see that it was flowing in at quite a rate, every 15 minutes we needed to use the pump for a couple of minutes to empty the bilge. Jeremy was a great help, he suggested that Jörgen , of Puzzle Marin AB ...