BEST WESTERN Tidbloms Hotel
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- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... that you should do your best not to miss on your visit to the city:
This is one of the most visited amusement parks in Scandinavia. It opened its doors in 1923 and now attracts around 3 million visitors each year. It is one of the leading amusement parks ...
... 2 years before the child is of age to attend to increase their chance of a spot in the school. The school is taught in Swedish and is the same to other Swedish schools other than they have an optional religion section. This is the part I think most interesting. While most of these children are second generation in Sweden, they grew up speaking Swedish and the language of their parents known as "mother tongue". During the religion section of class, private teachers ...
... a gold crown at the top of the roof. Placed on a high point in the city, it has great views of Gothenburg. Definitely worth the climb.
From there we made it back towards the ship. We managed to beat a rainstorm, which was good luck on our part. We only had a few hours at the port…and we managed to walk 5 miles by 11 am. By lunchtime we were back on the ship and off sailing towards ...
... things most of the Swedish students hold some beer in their fridges, just in case. Useful habit, I'd say. And of course they are mainly blond, sky-eyed and tall.
Imagine Italy, Southern part of it, Sicily for example. What name is the first to arise in your mind? Isn't it Giovanni Falcone? Smoking the cigare, drinking good crying wine and dressed up in a suer posh way. That's Gustav :D No, he has no connection to ...
The weather was forecast to deteriorate over the late afternoon and to be horrible on Thursday. We therefore decided to set off before lunch to head north to another island where we would have enough to do for 2 days. As we went for our showers we saw a group of divers preparing themselves and I thought it might be an idea to have one of them check our hull and Greta went to speak to them. They weren't available but they knew someone who was, a nice chap called Jeremy ...