Mornington Hotel Stravaganza Goteborg
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Talked to my sister today. Now she has all my flight info and what dates I've made plans with friends. Trish on the 20th, Barb & Sandi on the 23rd and then Doris during the last weekend of September! I started reading up on the region this weekend. And focused a bit on Seattle and Vancouver. My ESTA is ready and I've started packing ...
... because it was so fair unlike in Australia the roles are equal and it doesn't matter what gender you are you can do anything. The different types of clothing is amazing and they didn't copy the clothing of any other country to and there folk dancing and cultural dresses and suits go well together. The greatest part about sweden is the amazing differences in any country not like in ...
... wash up our clothes and even gave me one huge towel. It might be nothing for many other people, but not for me. It's like giving a sock to a Dobby, almost. :D
Stefan is a great person. He is smart, reliable, honest, kind and funny. What I especially liked about him is his curiosity - he was (and I guess always is) asking different questions about living in Estonia/Russia and many others, he looked very interested and a bit embarassed to ...
... parents cottage) right on the coast, as well as the swagger of guests (Chris & Bec's local friends) that made the trip to Gotenburg archipelago to celebrate midsummer (longest day of sunlight). As expected the beers and captain's flowed as old times were discussed and plenty of food devoured.
The next morning arrived just as the head hit the pillow (the sun literally rose at 2 or 3 am). After a quick brekky (with some water), ...
Gothenburg was not a very impressive city to be honest. Being empty was not a problem for me, but just too quite. I found nothing to do in the evening. It seemed everyone went home early and no bars or parties were going on. The hostel I lived was boring. I shared a room with a woman of mid 40's from a Eastern European country. We didn't talk too much, less than 5 minutes. Compared to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility