Mornington Hotel Stravaganza Goteborg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was Marstrand, a car-free island with wooden houses from the 1800's, fjords and islands and bridges and more islands and more bridges....
There is also something about all Swedish barns being painted maroon. Everywhere you look, barns of all shapes and sizes, all painted the same colour. They do look rather striking, as they are all in such good condition and all look freshly painted.
We docked at an industrial pier which meant that we couldn't walk around by ourselves. Everyone that wasn’t on a Princess tour and we wanted to get off the ship had to catch one of the shuttle bus provided by the city at $16 each. We were happy with ourselves as we managed to get on the first bus… that probably has something to do with someone getting me out of bed just after 6:30, telling me that it was good for me. Unfortunately ...
Although we had planned to have a canal cruise this morning, it didn't eventuate. Last night was a dinner party for a friend of Peta and Joline who is moving to the USA and, since the party went to well after 1am, none of us was up very early. Instead we, Wendy and Jim, took a stroll down the hill to town, had morning tea ( it's called fikka here), wandered back to the flat and in the afternoon took the train to Elin's parent's place then had ...
... and Erik's summerhouse. Together with Erik and Stefan we spent there a striking weekend. Erik's summerhouse is very cute. I love tiny things and details and his house is full of them. But everything is put there with a great sence of taste and harmony. I loved everything we interacted there: sun bathing, chilling, eating, walking, talking, swimming, going on a boat trip, watching boys jumping from the mountains, catching shrimps and sea stars, collecting dead Mr ...
... sup> Century. It was built when this area came under Danish rule and the King would visit occasionally. Only some of the brick work is from the original structure much was added later with it became a prison.
An interesting curiosity is the old chemist shop. Dating from the late 1800’s the interior is much as it was originally built. Of course the merchandise is todays’.
Our overnight stops have been in rest areas ...