Mornington Hotel Stravaganza Goteborg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... port was and the amount of ships anchored off shore awaiting a berth. We enjoyed time on our balcony in the sun reading and watching the pilot ship come alongside and the transfer of the pilotage team then we watched a movie Blue Jasmine. We are blessed with the variety of entertainment in our cabin TV and the big screen. A cocktail on the sunset deck watching ...
... was evident everywhere we went, including a beautiful Lutheran Church, the inside of which was essentially an upside-down wooden Viking ship. While the day had started out bright and sunny, as the afternoon drew on, clouds rolled in. No rain, but grey and cool.
After a lengthy bus tour we boarded an open boat and took a tour -- this time with three guides (German, English, and Italian) -- through the canals of the city, and out into the harbor. ...
We are back in Gothenburg after a full day's touring of Stockholm. A beautiful combination of old and new buildings with the new ones looking particularly cool. We did a cruise "Under the Bridges" which took us under 17 bridges and through 2 locks. Stockholm is actually composed of 30,000 islands and we only saw a few of them. Then we walked a bit over cobblestones, visited the Museum of Modern Photography ( and ...
... Bravest Estonian was chosen to lead our line of two Swedish *******. It was super scary!
BUBBLES, HIPPIES AND BLUE-BEARDED GUY
I bet you have seen many shows where a magician is blowing up huge soap bubbles and doing cool tricks with them. But have you ever tried doing it yourself? I have now.
The story takes its roots from Warsaw, where Erik met a Pakistan guy with a blue beard who was and is now deeply in love with Sweden. So when I was in GBG ...
... is mostly surrounded by scaffolding and encased in white gauze. Not looking it best I fear. We did see the Opera House and some of the ships in the maritime museum. Making our way around the city we passed along many of the pedestrian malls that make up the city centre and came to a huge market hall selling mainly meat and cheese. Then it was a dash back to the car to beat both the rain and the parking inspector.
© Lynette Regan May 9th ...