Mornington Hotel Stravaganza Goteborg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So far we've found Scandinavia really friendly and we've felt much more at home here than in some other places we've visited. Everyone speaking English helps of course but we also fit in a bit better hair colour wise - there are lots of little blonde Phoebe's around and a few ginger Viking types too! I think I have had more conversations in the two days here than the rest of the trip put together. That said, I've met a South ...
... Peta's mates, most of whom were Australian.
Just as an interesting side note on Swedish culture, quite a few Swedes smoke but a large number also take snuss. This is a samll packet of tobacco (about the size of your thumbnail and looks like a tiny, flat rectangular tea-bag) which is inserted under your top lip so that the nicotine and flavour can be absorbed, and after about 20 minutes ...
... 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 ...
... on it, that we dropped the hook in 2.5 metres at 14:50. At this point there was not much to do other than 'experience’ – it’s sort of hard to explain and I’m quite sure that 90 something % of the population would think ‘boring’ but we’re the other proportion and we enjoyed it. Later we watched one of the downloaded TV programmes whilst we digested partially rotting fridge food ...
... that the price of a cars license ($2000), the tax on cars (180 percent of the price of a new car), the price of gasoline (roughly $11 a gallon), and the price of insurance also contributes to the lack of cars on the road. Those who have them probably use them sparingly or are not in a position to be concerned with money or finding parking spots.
After packing and answering emails, we loaded up the bus and departed Aarhus at 10am. Our drive ...