Mornington Hotel Stravaganza Goteborg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and it attracts many visitors each year to its seven floors of interactive experiences.
This is one of the prominent Botanical gardens of Europe. It was inaugurated in 1923 when Gothenburg celebrated its three hundredth anniversary. It covers an area of 175 hectares and is mostly made up of a nature reserve and includes an arboretum.
... when you want something. Lib and I had a lovely hour sitting in the sun that afternoon while Phoebe napped. Not quite enough wind for a sail - we were both quite relieved to be honest - and the forecast is looking good for most of the next week anyway. We spent the night about 45 minutes north in a carpark overlooking fields and woods. There was some wildlife in the distance which we thought might be moose but turned out to be old fashioned deer. We did see ...
This morning we pull into Gothenburg, Sweden. Not the most exciting port on our itinerary, but we'll see what it has to offer. First, our pier is in the middle of a giant, busy container port. Not our view from Oslo that's for sure. Ran up for breakfast at 6 AM, because our excursion left at 7:30. Once on the road it didn't look like this port had anything to offer but ABBA music, and I was going to be bored out of my mind. However, I'm ...
... photoshooting, using Svenska-Engelska vocabulary and even biking! Everyone would. But that's not the story I will tell you about. When we were at home just about to leave to Erik's summer place, Erik told me not to take my swimming clothes as I wouldn't need those. I think I was more Estonian at the moment so that I couldn't figure out that it was nothing but a joke. Stupid me again, I know. The sense of humour came back to me only on a ferry carrying us from GBG ...
... have no choice other than have the boat hauled out. Sure enough, when he came out of the water with his camera he had the evidence, the leading edge of the keel was quite bashed. In the meantime, we had emptied the boat of sea water using the bilge pump and we could see that it was flowing in at quite a rate, every 15 minutes we needed to use the pump for a couple of minutes to empty the bilge. Jeremy was a great help, he suggested that Jörgen , of Puzzle Marin AB ...