Mornington Hotel Stravaganza Goteborg
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... for every room in the house. Actually, it is like Bunnings in that before you went there you didn't realize just how many gadgets you really can't do without! After all this we caught bus and tram to a hospital which has offered Peta some temp physio work. She's pretty excited about that.
Off to the airport tomorrow for our flight to Paris via Copenhagen. One night in Paris, one night in Incheon then home. Might be time for one more blog...keep you posted.
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 ...
Because it was a sunny and warm day (yes, warm...it reached at least 25 degrees) we went to the beach with Peta, Peta's flatmate Jolie and her mum Mia. We drove for about 20 minutes and reached a national park on one of the islands, walked for about 20 minutes and then set up our picnic blanket on the beach. Now, "beach" is a term we use advisedly here. In Sweden, where the land meets the sea, that's a beach. If it also happens to involve a type ...
... So do they about tacos, which was represented to me as Swedish national food. Well, well, interesting. With Erik and the group of Indians (refreshmen of Chalmers university) we had one tacos' eve. That's how Swedes do it: they put out tons of cucumbers, tomatoes, salades, sauces, stuffing, maize etc and people just come and make whatever they like tacos. To me it seemed as the meal of socializing and sharing. While you are forming your taco, people get closer, help you ...
... We'll just have a picnic!
The sun was beginning to set on our walk back to Ibis. Since its a ship, we walked along the water. There are so many great ships, including one that looks like a pirate ship. Awesome area of town! And we got some great photos!
There are more bikes than there are cars. You just check one out for 5 krona (SEK) and ride around to do your thing. Then drop it off at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility